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Thailand To Mix Sinovac, AstraZeneca Jabs “To Boost Protection Against Delta Variant”

Thailand To Mix Sinovac, AstraZeneca Jabs 'To Boost Protection Against Delta Variant'

A majority of Thailand’s medical and frontline employees got Sinovac’s pictures after February (File)

Bangkok:

Thailand’s immunisation technique towards the coronavirus will see a shot of AstraZeneca’s viral vector vaccine administered after one dose of Sinovac’s vaccine, its well being minister mentioned on Monday.

The plan, if applied, can be the primary publicly introduced combine and match of a Chinese vaccine and a Western-developed shot.

The transfer goals to extend safety towards extremely transmissible variants, Anutin Charnvirakul advised reporters.

“This is to improve protection against the Delta variant and build high level of immunity against the disease,” Health Minister Anutin mentioned, referring to the variant first detected in Indonesia.

Thailand and neighbours like Indonesia have reported breakthrough infections amongst medical and frontline employees inoculated with Sinovac’s inactivated virus vaccine.

The majority of Thailand’s medical and frontline employees got Sinovac’s pictures after February with the viral vector vaccine from AstraZeneca AZN.L arriving in June.

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