A Vaccination Website For Expats in Chiang Mai Has Started

The Covid-19 vaccination registration website opened for foreigners in Chiang Mai on June 3, 2021, while vaccinations for migrant workers have kicked off in Phuket.
A Chiang Mai provincial official recently announced that foreigners who have not registered via the Mor Prom app can now register via the Kampang Wiang (Wall of Chiang Mai) website (http://wallofcm.chiangmaihealth.go.th/). enter their passport number to book Sinovac or AstraZeneca vaccines.
Initially, the website in Chiang Mai was restricted to Thais over 18 years of age, and the use of their ID cards was required for registration. On June 3, 2021, it became open to ex-pats.
The provincial employment office will collect the names of migrant workers from their employers.
“People will soon be able to select their preferred vaccines. When their vaccination dates approach, a notification will be sent to each person via SMS or they will be informed by nearby hospitals and Village Health Volunteers (VHV),” said Kanok.
The website will no longer require registration for those listing themselves through their agencies or organizations, as well as those registering via the Mor Prom app, Nakornping Hospital, or their volunteer agencies. For those without a house registration in Chiang Mai, nearby hospitals can provide vaccinations.
According to the provincial public health officials, as of June 2, 2021, at least 70,844 people, or about 5.3% of the total population, have been vaccinated, of whom 21,937 have already received their second shot.
So far, 264,203 people have reportedly registered for vaccinations in the province.

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