The Thai Private Sector Is Assured By The Thai PM That All Foreigners Will Get Vaccines

According to Sanan Angubolkul, the new chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC), after he had a meeting with the Thai PM on April 28th, 2021, about 2,000 Thai companies will finance the procurement of about one million doses of vaccine.
Additionally, according to Sanan, the private sector wants to assist the public sector by speeding up alternative sources of vaccines. They want to effectively manage the vaccine distribution by providing support and time to the Thai public sector. Their goal is to ensure that it is thorough and efficient.
After the partnership between the Thai private sector and the Thai government to provide vaccines to 5 million people by the end of this year, Sanan believes the private sector is optimistic about the country reopening by early next year.
Sanan said Health Minister Anutin Charnovirakul and the Thai Prime Minister were able to convince the Joint Meeting that Expats in Thailand and foreign workers will be able to get vaccinated.
The new TCC chairman says the vaccinations for 50 million people can boost confidence in the private sector that Thailand is ready to reopen by early next year and provide herd immunity.
It is also expected that Phuket will reopen on July 1st, 2021 for foreigners who have been vaccinated.
FTI said the meeting between both business groups and the prime minister marked the beginning of a more efficient vaccine distribution plan
During the meeting with Gen Prayut, FTI chairman Supant Mongkolsuthree said that the government will remove regulations that might slow down distribution by the private sector and facilitate its efforts.
the Thai PM told FTI that the government will never ignore ideas and help offered by businessmen.
Thailand’s business sector has urged the state to speed up its Covid-19 vaccination program after the state program was criticized for moving at a snail’s pace at a time when it needs to build herd immunity against the disease.
Thailand’s private sector and the Thai Bankers’ Association are proposing the government offer five-million-baht loans to small and medium-sized enterprises that are currently experiencing a serious liquidation due to Covid-19.
The sandbox will initially be implemented for retail businesses and later expand to cover automotive parts and the electrical appliance industry.

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