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Ministry of Public Health to allocate 1 million doses of Moderna vaccine, difficult to donate because 1 bottle requires 15 people to inject

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The Ministry of Public Health has allocated 1 million doses of the Moderna vaccine, which is difficult to inject because 1 bottle must be injected for 15 people. Must be kept at a temperature of -20 degrees. After opening, it must be injected. Aiming to discuss making a reservation system

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On November 23, 1964, Dr. Opas Karnkawinpong Director of the Department of Disease Control Referring to the distribution of 1 million doses of the US Donated Modernalot vaccine, the modernalot vaccine is available in 1 vial for 15 doses or 15 people. The delivery must be at – 20 degrees Celsius, similar to the Pfizer vaccine that needs to be kept at -70 degrees Celsius.

Therefore, it is difficult to allocate. But the initial plan to distribute the vaccine is Moderna. 1. Used to replace the Pfizer vaccine used in the south. 2. Reserve for those who need injections before traveling abroad that says they need Moderna, and 3. Use instead of Pfizer vaccine in needle 2 for those who inject 1st AstraZeneca formula. followed by Pfizer will be Astra followed by Moderna

“It’s difficult to open it because 1 bottle is opened and it takes 15 people to inject, so after opening it must be injected completely. because it will waste Therefore, it is quite difficult to consider. Including if going to the hospital, it can’t be kept. This is different from the private sector moderna, which contains 6 doses per bottle because it comes from different sources,” said Opas.

When asked if there must be a queue booking system for each injection point to register for 15 people first or not, Dr. Opas said that they are discussing. Because it’s getting harder to find someone to inject now. because most people are fully vaccinated

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