Good news ! Thailand have been vaccinated cattle wid -19 order of the world. After Oxford signed to use Thailand as a production base.
Ms. Trisulee Traisanakul, Deputy Spokesman for the Office of the Prime Minister, revealed that the government under the leadership of Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Pay attention to the health of Thai people With efforts to shift pressure on the Thai people It is the first country in the world to receive the COVID- 19 vaccine, most recently Anutin Charnvirakul.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health Sign a Letter of Intent for the production and allocation of a research vaccine against COVID-19. Together with the University of Oxford, the vaccine developed by Oxford University will use Thailand as a production base. In which the production of the vaccine Oxford University is constantly evolving and making great progress. Starting to experiment with humans.
For this cooperation, Thai and Oxford Will use the company’s factory. Siam BioScience Co., Ltd. is the source of vaccine By signing this time Received cooperation with the coordination of SCG.
Which is a long-standing partner in research and innovation with the University of Oxford And in the said letter of intent Oxford University also granted Thailand the right to distribute vaccines to ASEAN countries.
Showing that Thailand has the potential to Public health has the ability to serve as a production base for the COVID-19 vaccine. Which is important to the world population And will make Thais receive the vaccine as the first country in the world. This represents another step forward in the domestic supply of research vaccines. Which will increase the confidence of the people And the recovery of the Thai economy
In addition, the government has prepared several vaccines, including international advance reservations.
And support domestic vaccine production In order to get the vaccine quickly and in time for the situation Reduce economic losses With the view that the vaccine It is important to control COVID-19. Which are still spreading around the world now.
In preparing public health and dealing with COVID-19 The government has prepared the budget. Which apart from the allocation of a credit line of 1 trillion baht that has been allocated for public health used.
Including vaccine development at 45 billion baht, about 40 billion baht in the central budget was allocated in 2021 to tackle the COVID-19 epidemic.