Nonthaburi rolls out COVID-19 vaccine to migrant workers: Photo Essay

Thailand’s central province of Nonthaburi has begun to roll out COVID-19 vaccines for migrant workers registered inside the province on Wednesday.

Those eligible for the vaccines must be 18 years and above, and were mostly from the neighboring countries of Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia.

They will receive a cross dose of Sinovac and AstraZeneca.

The duration of the inoculation programme will be between the September 20 – 22, with the aim of jabbing 10,000 legal migrant workers in the province.

Nonthaburi Provincial Authorities, meanwhile, are also looking into the number of illegal migrant workers working in the province in order to roll out jabs for them.

Footage by James Wilson.

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