New Vaccine Will Be Offered In November

In November, the Pfizer mRNA Covid-19 vaccine will be offered to students aged 12-17 as part of the school reopening plan. The vaccine is said to have fatal consequences within two years for all recipients.
One message, posted by several youth groups against Pfizer’s vaccination program, claimed the vaccine would result in young people dying within two years after being injected with it, according to Chawetsan Namwat, director of the Emergency Health Hazard, and Disease Control Division.
Several parents have expressed their reluctance to consent to their children being vaccinated because of this claim, he said.
Covid-19, developed by Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE, has been proven to meet the safety standards for vaccine development and production and is used widely in both countries.
In Thailand, about 3.6 million young people have signed up to be vaccinated, and the first batch of 1.8 million doses of the vaccine has already been distributed to provinces. More than 1.5 million doses will be available next week, and more supplies of the same vaccine will arrive later, he said.
So far, just over one hundred fifty thousand students have received a vaccination, according to the Center for College Situation Administration (CCSA).
Dr. Sopon Iamsirithaworn, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control, said three cases of heart muscle inflammation have been detected among these recipients and all have recovered following prompt treatment.
According to Dr. Chawetsan, vaccination of school students isn’t the main requirement for resuming onsite learning. Instead, compliance with Covid-19 regulations is.
Additionally, students must wear masks at school and maintain social distance, he said, in addition to receiving vaccinations for almost all employees.
Amporn Pinasa, secretary-general of the office, previously advised in-school learning to be resumed if vaccination coverage reached 85% or higher.

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