The ministry coordinated with mobile phone operators to set up these platforms.
AIS users can register via the www.ais.th website or via the “my AIS” mobile app. Meanwhile, Dtac customers can book their jab via www.dtac.co.th, the Dtac mobile app or at all Dtac shops in Bangkok and its suburbs. True users can register via https://vaccine.trueid.net/, while users of True Move H can simply call *707# to register.
Registration via these channels kicked off at 9am on Thursday, and jabs will be provided from June 7 at the Bang Sue Grand Station.
Meanwhile, the BMA has set up a website called Thai Ruam Jai (www.ไทยร่วมใจ.com) for registration. The registration option is also available via the Pao Tang app and at specific convenience stores. Convenience stores that provide the service will sport a vaccine registration banner as of noon on Thursday.
Those who register via the BMA platform can choose to get a jab at any of the following 25 vaccination stations from June 7 onwards:
1. Central World
2. Central Plaza Pinklao
3. Central Plaza Lat Phrao
4. Central Festival EastVille
5. Siam Paragon
6. The Emporium
8. The Mall Bang Khae
9. The Mall Bang Kapi
10. Robinson Lifestyle Lat Krabang
11. Lotus Rama IV
12. Lotus Minburi
13. Big C Romklao
14. Big C Bang Bon
16. Samyan Mitrtown
17. Thanya Park
18. The Street Ratchada
19. SCG Headquarters, Bang Sue
20. Siam Commercial Bank Headquarters
21. Thai PBS
22. True Digital Park
23. PTT Station Rama II (km.12)
24. University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
25. Thai Business Administration Technological College, Sripatum University
Published : May 27, 2021
By : THE NATION