Four major telecommunication companies in Thailand opens Covid-19 vaccine registration today for an allocation in August

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Bangkok –

Four major telecommunication companies in Thailand have opened their online registrations for Covid-19 injections at Bang Sue Grand Station, starting from 9:00 AM. today, July 29th.

The registration is available for Thai nationals with the age of 18 years and over, elderly with the age of 60 years and over, 12-weeks pregnant women, and patients with seven chronic diseases. Foreign nationals will have, according to Thai authorities, other options for vaccination, such as TPN media notes some foreign nationals with specific types of Thai identification, such as a pink card, reported success in registration through the phone applications, although it is unknown if this will be honored in person at the vaccination center.

The vaccination queue would start throughout the month of August, available for 20,000 doses a day. 10,000 doses are for registered people who are 18 years and over and the other 10,000 are reserved for registered elders, pregnant women, and chronic diseases patients.

Registration channels include:

  1. AIS at website
  2. TRUE at the website
  3. DTAC at the website
  4. NT (National Telecommunications) at the website
PHOTO: innnews

The Department of Medical Services, Ministry of Public Health, also announced the registration at Bang Sue Grand Station, at 11:00 AM. onwards today.

Once again, TPN/Pattaya News noted that the registration seemed to be available for Thai nationals only as only Thai national ID card numbers are required during the registration. It is not stated in the procedure if foreigners with a pink card could proceed with the registration or would be accepted when arrived at the vaccination center.

The vaccine registration for foreigners may vary on this program. It seems that the only official site for the registration for foreigners for now at a national level is Some individual provinces or organizations may have registration available, but as these are varied and change often providing a definitive list is nearly impossible.

Thailand intervac is also currently only providing vaccinations for those foreigners over the age of 60 or with certain pre-existing health conditions.


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National News Writer at The Pattaya News from September 2020 to October, 2022. Born and raised in Bangkok, Nop enjoys telling stories of her hometown through her words and pictures. Her educational experience in the United States and her passion for journalism have shaped her genuine interests in society, politics, education, culture, and art.