33 million doses of Pfizer allotted for kids to arrive in Thailand next week

The first batch of Pfizer vaccines allocated for youngsters will arrive in Thailand on January 26. A total of three million doses of the vaccine is anticipated to be given to youngsters on the age of 5 to eleven years outdated beginning on January 31, starting with youngsters who are diagnosed with congenital illnesses.
The Deputy Director-General of the Department of Disease Control, Sopon Iamsirithaworn, advised Thai media that the authorities should study the vaccine shipment and run exams before administering it to the common public. The dosage for kids might be totally different from adults. One bottle of a vaccine could be supplied to 10 children at zero.2 millilitres every.
Certified will first be delivered to the Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health to inoculate youngsters with a congenital illness. Then, the vaccine might be sent to varsities and hospitals that have a contract with the Ministry of Education and later ask for cooperation from parents to take their kids to get vaccinated.
Many schools in Thailand have resumed on-site courses, but a quantity of parents have protested the required antigen nasal tests for children
Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul added about ATK tests at faculties, saying that it’s beneath the consideration and determination of the school directors. He believes that each measure is intended to make the children secure.
Thailand ordered a total of 10 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The date for the next vaccine delivery has not been launched but..

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