Managing director Pijit Viriyamettakul said the hospital’s move was aimed at giving people access to a vaccine amid the present second Covid-19 wave, adding that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the vaccine.
He expected Thailand’s FDA to allow the hospital to vaccinate people in February this year.
“After receiving FDA approval, we will allow people to reserve their vaccination,” he said, adding that each person would be charged Bt6,000-Bt10,000.
He added that Thailand’s FDA had earlier ordered the hospital to refund money to people who had subscribed for Moderna's vaccine because at that time it hadn’t received US FDA approval.
“However, we still have a list of people who had subscribed for the vaccine,” he added.
Published : January 08, 2021
By : The Nation