On August 21, 1964, Dr. Opas Karnkawinpong Director-General of the Department of Disease Control revealed that the Department of Disease Control has surveyed people’s opinions through the DDC Poll (DDC Poll) on the COVID-19 vaccine in Bangkok and surrounding areas to ensure that people have adequate and comprehensive vaccines. by surveying samples in the Bangkok area down to the main data at the slum As for the perimeter, focusing on the group of company employees and general contractors, amounting to 1,500 people, ranging in age from 12-60 years old.
It was found that 67.3% were vaccinated, with Bangkok 59.6% vaccinated, Nonthaburi 78.7% vaccinated, Pathum Thani 73.1% vaccinated, Nakhon Pathom 84.2% vaccinated, Samut Prakan 69.4% vaccinated, and Samut Sakhon 76.5% vaccinated, which are the target groups. accelerated vaccination Since it is a province with a relatively high outbreak of COVID-19, most people have received the AstraZeneca vaccine. AstraZeneca 64.5%, Sinovac 26.3%, Pfizer 6% and Sinopharm 3.2%.
“One point I thought There will be a further vaccination campaign. Especially Bangkok is a slum. Vaccination methods may need to be modified. Bangkok may need to be more proactive in slum areas.
As for the reasons for vaccination, 85.5% of the respondents went to vaccination because 1. Prevent infection 2. to build your own immunity 3. Reduce the severity of infection. 4. Live in a slum community, meet a lot of people. The reason for not going to vaccination is because 1. I still don’t believe in vaccines. 2. Not old enough 3. I didn’t go out and 4. I didn’t want to inject.
from asking Do you have an elderly person living in your home? It was found that 73.7% had an elderly person in the house, with Bangkok 71.7% of the elderly living at home and 99.1% of the elderly living in the home area. From the overall picture, it can be seen that 88.8% of the elderly are vaccinated.