Starting with China’s vaccine, Thailand wants to complete the majority of people’s vaccination by the end of the year

Thailand hopes to complete the vaccination of two-thirds of the eligible population by the end of this year. It will first rely on the vaccination of Beijing Kexing company to pave the way for the full opening of Thailand’s tourism industry. < / P > < p > Thailand’s deputy prime minister and Minister of public health, anutin shenweilagong, said regulators expect to approve the emergency use of koshing vaccine later this month, corresponding to the arrival time of the first 200000 doses of koshing vaccine. However, he said that if the national vaccination is to be met, it still needs to be supplemented by the AstraZeneca / Oxford vaccine approved for domestic production in Thailand. < / P > < p > the Thai authorities originally thought that they would start the vaccination of front-line doctors and nurses on February 14 after receiving 50000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine. However, the supply dispute between the British AstraZeneca pharmaceutical factory and the European Union has affected the delivery schedule to Thailand. < / P > < p > AFP reported that the protection of AstraZeneca vaccine against the new coronal variant found in South Africa was low, leading to the suspension of vaccination in South Africa. But the World Health Organization insists that the AstraZeneca vaccine remains an important tool in the global fight against the pandemic. Richard Hecht, head of novel coronavirus pneumonia vaccine implementation plan of

, believes that “it is too early to negate this vaccine.” A spokesman for AstraZeneca confirmed: “we believe our vaccine can effectively prevent severe illness.”