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    How to register for covid vaccination in thailand.

    HOW TO REGISTER FOR A COVID VACCINATION IN THAILAND.

    READ ON AND WEEP

    This is the Vaccination information the group admins have collected and validated, as of May 1, 2021.

    It is certain that things will change so we will do our best to update, so watch carefully for any changes.


    1) How Can I Register for a Vaccination?

    a) Mor Phrom V.2 app. At this time it appears it’s only valid for Only Thai people or Expats with a
    Thai ID number shown on their Pink Card


    i) Launch the Line App
    ii) Click the Home button on the bottom line
    iii) Click the Person+ icon in the upper right
    iv) Click the QR code icon on the top line
    v) Scan this barcode:
    vi) Click the Person+Add icon
    vii) Go back to Home
    viii) Click on the Mor Prom line:
    ix) Scroll down to find:
    x) Click the green button
    xi) Scroll down a long, long way and click green button to approve the user agreement for the Mor Prom
    service.

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    xii) Click the green button to approve data collection of your personal information
    xiii) Click the green button to approve understanding of the vaccination statement
    xiv) Fill in the form, on separate lines: First Name, Surname, National Identification Number (Top Line of Pink
    Card), Second National Identification Number (Number in white box on the back of the Pink Card), Birth
    Date, then click the green button
    xv) Select which group you fall into
    (1) Medical Personnel
    (2) Frontline personnel involved in the control and prevention of COVID 19
    (3) Seniors 60 years and over
    (4) People with 7 underlying diseases
    (5) General public

    xvi) Enter information into the long form, which is mostly in Thai.

    (1) Pull down for salutation
    (2) Confirm first name and surname
    (3) Confirm Thai ID number
    (4) Confirm birthdate
    (5) Phone number
    (6) Gender
    (7) Street address
    (8) Pull down for province
    (9) Pull down for town
    (10) Pull down for which hospital you prefer
    (11) Click the green button

    xvii) Final page is the confirmation of registration.

    (1) If you are in the First Group you may get a screen to set up an appointment date. If anyone is in the First Group and gets an appointment, please let us know in the comments how this works.

    (2) If you are in the Second Group, you will be contacted later when vaccinations open up
    b) At your local hospital
    c) At your local health office
    d) At your local private hospital, if offered
    e) At your local private clinic, if offered.

    2) Who can register as of May 1, 2021 - “First Group”?
    a) Over 60 years old
    b) Chronic diseases including severe respiratory syndrome, heart and coronary
    diseases, kidney diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer patients under treatment, and obese
    patients weighing over 100kg, or having a body mass index exceeding 35


    3) Who can register on July 1, 2021 - “Second Group”?
    a) General public 18-59 years old
    b) Expats


    4) Where can you get vaccinated?
    a) Government hospital
    b) Health office
    c) Government pop-up vaccination center
    d) Private hospital, if they are able to source vaccines
    e) Private clinic, if they are able to source vaccines

    5) When will vaccinations for the general public start?
    a) First group vaccinations are scheduled to start June 7
    b) Second group vaccinations are scheduled to start sometime in August

    6) Which vaccines will be available? Additional vaccines may be available by the time you
    can get your shot.
    There will be no choice of which one you get
    a) Sinovac
    b) AstraZeneca

    7) What is the cost?
    a) Free for Thai people
    b) Expats, depending on where you get vaccinated:
    i) Free
    ii) For a service charge
    iii) For vaccine cost and service charge


    well that looks straightforward and easy enough. stay safe everybody!
    Last edited by taxexile; 02-05-2021 at 04:06 AM.

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    They are quite simply the stupidest, most idiotic people on the planet.

    And it is only now that they inflict this imbecility on their own people fifteen months after the pandemic arrived. What the fuck have they been doing???

    Did the Elite have to register using this drivel to get their vaccination? Did they fuck.

    They truly are an emetic.

    But the kicker is, there are some 200,000 retired and married farang with Thai spouses who have made this place their home and contributed billions of baht and we have been totally ignored.

    These stinking ungrateful hypocritical fuckers all qualify for free vaccination in the West without fucking hindrance. If you are registered with a doctor, that's it. If you are in a group called to get immunised, then all you have to do is to present yourself and you will get accommodated.

    With every day that passes we are provided with yet more evidence these ghastly people are no more than a shower of putrid shite wallowing in their rancid racism and money-grubbing avarice.

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    If I counted correctly, there are 33 steps to complete the registration. Most of the first group are country people who are over 60. Many of them will struggle to complete this form and will probably give up after it crashes two or three time!

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    Or you can simply register at your local hospital or with the village health volunteers - very straightforward.

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    I registered on the 1st May using the LINE app and have booked for a shot on the first available day I could find, which is 7th June. It took several attempts, probably caused by overloading. I know several Thais who were also successful in getting a booking. They mostly went for time slots after mine as they wanted to see what happened to the farang. There is an option on the app to change the booking.

    I have read elsewhere that the over 60s will be getting the AstraZeneca version, which I prefer to the Chinese one. The latter has not gone very well when using it on nurses at my local hospital.

    If I do not post again after 7th June, you can assume that there were serious side effects resulting in my demise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    Expats with a Thai ID number shown on their Pink Card
    At last a use for my pink ID card.

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy As Larry View Post
    register at your local hospital or with the village health volunteers - very straightforward.
    Shush, don't state bleeding obvious.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shy Guava View Post
    I registered on the 1st May using the LINE app
    Which site did you use and was it in English?
    Last edited by OhOh; 02-05-2021 at 11:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy As Larry View Post
    Or you can simply register at your local hospital or with the village health volunteers - very straightforward.
    What I will be doing this week at the Amphur clinic. Very helpful lot there.
    I meet all the requirements.

    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    At last a use for my pink ID card.
    Yep!

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    [QUOTE=OhOh;4253491]

    I registered on the LINE app and it is not in English. Hopefully you can download it using the QR code in the image below.



    If not, the following address may (or may not) work.

    https://liff.line.me/1645278921-kWRP...eme%3Aexternal

    I suck at typing Thai so had to get someone else to enter my name as it is shown on the I.D. Card. Apart from that, it is mostly numbers or drop-down options, so not too bad.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post

    or Expats with a
    Thai ID number shown on their Pink Card




    Apparently can register using one's social security number as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shy Guava View Post
    I registered on the LINE app and it is not in English
    Thanks.

    Your link "works", I'll await my wife's nephew. To assist me.

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    The village health volunteers came round the houses early last week seeking the names of those 18+ who were interested in receiving a vaccination when they become available.
    My wife provided tabian baans and ids for the whole family including the kids just to be safe and will go along tomorrow to confirm that I qualify for phase 2 of the rollout.

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    I'll wait to see what damage it does to all of you before I sign up.

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    Personally, going to wait until can get what I want. Which does NOT include Sinovac or the locally produced AstraZeneca (not sure when that will start to be distributed).

    Lets hope the private hospitals can get moving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Personally, going to wait until can get what I want. Which does NOT include Sinovac or the locally produced AstraZeneca (not sure when that will start to be distributed).

    Lets hope the private hospitals can get moving.
    For medical reasons I will wait until forced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Personally, going to wait until can get what I want. Which does NOT include Sinovac or the locally produced AstraZeneca (not sure when that will start to be distributed).

    Lets hope the private hospitals can get moving.
    According to newspaper reports the AstraZeneca will be given to over 60s with underlying conditions. Supposedly it will be delivered to the government in June

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy As Larry View Post
    According to newspaper reports the AstraZeneca will be given to over 60s with underlying conditions. Supposedly it will be delivered to the government in June
    That is likely to be the locally produced one (made under license). Thailand has actually been involved in vaccine production for quite a long time, and they are quite good at it. BUT, this is under a deal with a company that has no track record in this area. Hence my reluctance.

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    ^ Yes, I understand the reluctance and it is again according to the newspaper reports the locally produced one.

    I have decided to register, but make the actual decision as to whether to receive the jab much closer to the day.

    My wife is not too comfortable with me having this vaccination.

    Personally I have concerns with all of the options.
    Being out in the sticks I am concerned about how the doses will be stored and handled no matter how effective the scientists say they are

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy As Larry View Post
    ^ Yes, I understand the reluctance and it is again according to the newspaper reports the locally produced one.

    I have decided to register, but make the actual decision as to whether to receive the jab much closer to the day.

    My wife is not too comfortable with me having this vaccination.

    Personally I have concerns with all of the options.
    Being out in the sticks I am concerned about how the doses will be stored and handled no matter how effective the scientists say they are
    I have simular concerns, however I feel the risks are sufficiently low enough to go ahead and get the jab. Getting the jab brings with it benefits which make day to day life less complicated. Specifically, freedom of movement around Thailand and other countries as well as immunity and the peace of mind it brings.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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    ^ Yes that is my view as well but I guess I can not be sure until the medic is standing over me with the needle in their hand

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    Simple here. No need to register, as there's neither vaccine nor plan.

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    The nagging doubt here is of course that batches of the domestic Thai AZ that may become contaminated during production will not be thrown away, as is the case elsewhere, but will still be distributed and received by folk who will be under the misapprehension they are protected.

    Anyway, Knowlton, I trust you are shielding and will stay safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post

    Anyway, Knowlton, I trust you are shielding and will stay safe.
    Indeed, and thank you. I worry far more for my wife than myself as she is the one out doing the day-to-day chores. She also has hopefully many years yet to live, and I have already lived a full and rewarding life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    That is likely to be the locally produced one (made under license). Thailand has actually been involved in vaccine production for quite a long time, and they are quite good at it. BUT, this is under a deal with a company that has no track record in this area. Hence my reluctance.

    The company didn't in fact exist this time last year but its parent company did make cement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    The company didn't in fact exist this time last year but its parent company did make cement.
    This is simply not true. The company was founded in about 2009. It manufactures a few drugs including erythropoietin.

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    I tried using the pink ID card and failed at Step 2, xiv.

    After filling in the personal data and pressing the green button I got an error message demanding that I input the correct data.

    Obviously I had delegated the task to my admin, sorry, gf, so I personally rechecked all the data and tried again with the same result. We both checked all the data very carefully and failed a third time.

    The error message doesn't assist in pointing out which data point might be wrong, so we gave up.

    Next step is to try the old-fashioned way and trot over to the local health centre.

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