Bang Sue station offering decrease dosage of Covid vaccines for booster shots

The director of the Institute of Dermatology says lower-dose vaccines are on supply at the vaccination centre at Bangkok’s Bang Sue Grand Station. Dr Mingkwan Wichaidit says individuals can decide to have a lower dosage of a Covid-19 vaccine administered intra-dermally. She says that administering half a dose beneath the skin has been shown to be extremely efficient and causes fewer unwanted side effects, according to research each here and abroad. However, there is a slight likelihood some individuals will experience skin irritation for a couple of days.
According to a Bangkok Post report, Mingkwan supervises the Bang Sue vaccination centre, which is now offering fourth doses to individuals who have pre-booked on-line. The vaccines in use are AstraZeneca and the Pfizer mRNA vaccine.
In related news, Opas Karnkawinpong from the Department of Disease Control says that when the Food and Drug Administration has approved the Sinovac vaccine for use in children between the ages of three and 17, inoculation can start. Prize has a stockpile of 1.5 million doses of Sinovac. Opas says the vaccine has a 6-month shelf life and the present provide has not expired, nor does he consider the federal government might need to buy more for kids.
Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul says there have been no critical side-effects reported in kids between the ages of 5 and 11, who received a Covid-19 vaccine on Monday, with the excepton of a handful of delicate allergic reactions..

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