Bangkok postpones Covid jabs for registrants via Thai Ruam Jai
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) on Monday postponed Covid-19 vaccination for people who have registered via Thai Ruam Jai website (www.ไทยร่วมใจ.com) from June 15.
“The BMA will resume the vaccination for registrants as soon as it receives vaccine supplies,” it announced on its Facebook page.
“The system will dispatch an SMS to registrants once the vaccines become available to notify the date and time to get the jab. We are sorry for any inconvenience.”
The BMA has set up the website for vaccine registration since May 27, and started inoculating the general public on June 7. The registration option is also available via the Pao Tang app and at specific convenience stores. Those who have registered with the BMA can select from 25 vaccination units to receive the jab, which can be viewed here: https://www.nationthailand.com/in-focus/40001370
BMA also reported that 14,681 people received Covid-19 jabs from 25 vaccination units on June 13, with accumulated recipients from June 7 to 13 at 97,532 people.