Let’s attempt that again: US to attempt another donation of 1 million vaccine doses

Thailand’s Foreign Affairs Minister says the US authorities has provided to donate another 1 million vaccine doses to the kingdom. According to a Bangkok Post report, Don Pramudwinai says the doses are likely to be the Moderna mRNA vaccine and the Public Health Ministry is planning to propose the provide to Cabinet.
The final US donation of a million Pfizer doses hit a sequence of hurdles and was seemingly hampered by government paperwork. At the time, the Thai-born US Senator Tammy Duckworth accused the Thai government of dragging its heels in finishing the required paperwork. A comparable destiny hit a donation of 1 million Moderna doses from Poland, with the intended recipient, Thammasat University Hospital, accusing the government of blocking the donation by failing to offer the required paperwork.
It remains to be seen if the newest provide US comes to fruition or is also thwarted. According to the Bangkok Post report, Minister Don says it will all depend upon how quickly the paperwork (there’s that word again) is submitted for Cabinet approval.
Should the Moderna donation arrive, a leading Thai virologist suggests the doses could be used as boosters. Yong Poovorawan says Thailand could observe the UK example, whereby half a dose of Moderna is being given to folks who’ve beforehand acquired 2 doses of AstraZeneca. The US is doing the same for individuals fully vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna. In Switzerland, fully vaccinated folks over the age of 70 are also receiving Moderna as a booster.
บริษัทติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ชั้นนำ says the Centre of Excellence in Clinical Virology at Chulalongkorn University is currently finding out what the dosage of Moderna should be for people who’ve been fully vaccinated with Sinovac and Sinopharm.
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