The Thai PM: No Walk-In COVID-19 Vaccinations

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has halted walk-in services for Covid-19 vaccinations to prevent people flocking to vaccination sites and getting upset, a government source said.
General Prayut said he opposed vaccination walk-ins during a cabinet meeting held via videoconference, arguing that people would show up in droves, causing chaos, especially in Bangkok where a large population lives, the source said.
PM wanted on-site vaccination registration, according to the source.
As per the source, Mor Prom serves as the primary method for booking appointments, and concerned agencies were instructed to work on preventing technical glitches that might make it impossible for the app to operate properly.
The prime minister wants everyone to stop talking about vaccination walk-ins until clear measures have been finalized. You can expect people to When they walk in but are not able to get shots, they should be upset, the prime minister said, according to the source.
Vaccination walk-ins are a sensitive issue and must be handled carefully, according to a source who quoted the prime minister. If enough shots are available, authorities will manage them.
Moreover, the general advised agencies not to confuse information about vaccination walk-ins, stressing that the only agency which should make it available to the public should be the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), a source said.

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