“Anutin” congratulated the success of Astra Vaccine, delivered 61 million doses to Thailand

as well as exporting more than 100 million doses of the ASEAN region, along with stepping into academic cooperation and be the center of Southeast Asia in the future

On 14 Jan. 65 at Siam Bioscience Co., Ltd., Bang Yai District, Nonthaburi Province, Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health, along with Mrs. Amanda Milling, Deputy Minister Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Development of Asian Affairs of the Kingdom gave a congratulatory speech in the production and delivery of vaccines from the cooperation between Thailand and the United Kingdom by Dr. Opas Karn Kawinpong Director-General of the Department of Disease Control, M.D. Nakhon Premsri, Director of the National Vaccine Institute, Mr. James Teeks, President of AstraZeneca Co., Ltd. Thailand Co., Ltd. and Dr. Songpol Dejongkit, Managing Director of Siam Bioscience Co., Ltd. attended the event.

Mr. Anutin said he was pleased with the success of the collaboration between Siam Bioscience and AstraZeneca. that can transfer technology to produce world-class vaccines in Thailand and production went according to plan in all respects This makes it possible to deliver vaccines to Thailand in the amount of 61 million doses, including exporting to countries in Southeast Asia for more than 100 million doses by the production capacity of Siam Bioscience Co., Ltd. per year. approximately 200 million doses

This success is due to the cooperation between the Thai and British governments. including the private sector, namely AstraZeneca Company and Siam Bioscience Co., Ltd., which have good relationship with each other This will be an important foundation for cooperation in academic, technology, vaccine and pharmaceutical industries. to become a center in Southeast Asia including the exchange of knowledge among students future researchers whether it is work in normal conditions or in emergencies. In addition, on behalf of the Thai government Thank you to the British government for donating vaccines to Thailand during the limited period of vaccines. This makes it possible to have a vaccine to build immunity for the people and to control the spread of COVID-19 very well.


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