Vaccination bookings for Bang Sue Grand Station are now available through mobile network operators.
People who make appointments for vaccinations via the AIS, True Move H, DTAC or the National Telecom Public Co. are given an appointment slip.
During August, 20,000 people will be vaccinated each day, comprising 10,000 people ages 18-59 and another 10,000 people aged 60 and older, as well as people with at least one of seven chronic diseases.
On Aug. 1, vaccination hopefuls lined up following the instructions of the mobile network operators. Those who booked via AIS and NT were asked to enter at the Bangkok-are rail station’s Gate 2, DTAC at Gate 3 and True at Gate 4.
Throughout the process, officers assisted recipients at each point in the process.
After 30 minutes of rest following the shot, if no unprecedented side effect is found, the vaccine recipient is allowed to leave the vaccination center.
Some of the recipients said the process was fast and orderly. They weren’t worried about any side effects as they prepared before by having enough rest.
Traffic around Bang Sue Grand Station was also rerouted successfully, which prevented a repeat of traffic jams that had occurred in previous days.