Tsuchiya reveals that Thailand has injected more than 15 million doses of the ‘Covid vaccine’ in Phuket, the highest number of 73.8% in the first dose.

24 July 2021 | by Bangkok Business Online


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Revealed vaccination in Thailand as of July 23, 15,388,939 doses of vaccination and 3,748 million doses worldwide in 201 countries / territories. As for ASEAN, all countries have been injected with a total of over 136.18 million doses

Today (23 July 2021) Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (TSU) Global COVID-19 vaccination statistics revealed 3,748 million doses in 201 countries/territories Currently, the latest global total injection rate is 31.5 million doses per day. and has a tendency to increase continuously While the United States has the highest number of vaccinations at 340 million doses, more than 162 million Americans have completed two doses.”

As for ASEAN, all countries have now vaccinated against COVID-19, totaling approximately 136.18 million doses, with Singapore vaccinating the largest proportion in the region (70.7% of the population), while Indonesia vaccinating in The largest number at 61.18 million doses. For Thailand, as of July 23, 2021, more than 15,388,939 doses have been vaccinated to people in the most at-risk areas with a proportion of more than 51.46%.

In this vaccination amount of 3,748 million doses, the Ministry of Health would like to report important statistics.

1. Latest vaccination data in Thailand as of July 23, 2021
The cumulative number of vaccinations was 15,388,939 people in 77 provinces, divided into
-First dose 11,805,180 doses (17.8% of the population)
-Second dose 2 3,583,759 doses (5.4% of the population)

2. Number of vaccines from 28 Feb. – 23 Jul. ’64, it was found that Thailand has vaccinated 15,388,939 doses (average of the latest vaccination rate for the past 3 days since June 7, 64, which is the vaccination agenda. National 223,655 doses/day consisting of
Sinopharm vaccine
– 1st needle 579,691 doses
– 2nd needle 18,922 doses
AstraZeneca vaccine
– 1st needle 6,661,987 doses
– 2nd needle 194,485 doses
Sinovac vaccine
– 1st needle 4,563,502 doses
– 2nd needle 3,370,352 doses

3. Reports of people with adverse reactions after vaccination
– 96.12% no side effects
– 3.88% had mild side effects, including
– Myalgia 0.93%
– Headache 0.69%
– Pain, swelling, redness, heat at the injection site 0.50%
– Tired, exhausted, no energy 0.45%
– Fever 0.30%
– Nausea 0.21%
– Diarrhea 0.14%
– rash 0.11%
– muscle pain Muscle weakness 0.09%
– Vomiting 0.06%
– Other 0.40%

4. COVID-19 Vaccination classified by target group
– Medical/public health personnel 1st dose 113.1% 2nd dose 98.1%
– Anchor, 1st needle 43.2%, 2nd needle 20.2%
– People aged 60 years and over, 1st dose 19.3%, 2nd dose 1.3%
– People with 7 chronic diseases, 1st needle 23.4%, 1st needle 4.3%
– Front office staff, 1st needle 43.5%, 2nd needle 26.0%
– General people, 1st needle 21.3%, 2nd needle 6.3%
Total 1st needle 23.6% 2nd needle 7.2%

5. Provinces that vaccinated the 1st and 2nd doses were divided into 2 data sets.
Bangkok and surrounding provinces, needle 1 38.7%, needle 2 9.7%, consisting of
– Bangkok 1st needle 52.6% 2nd needle 12.5%
– Samut Sakhon 1st needle 26.3% 2nd needle 13.0%
– Nonthaburi 1st needle 28.3% 2nd needle 9.9%
– Samut Prakan 1st needle 28.1% 2nd needle 5.1%
– Pathum Thani 1st needle 20.1% 2nd needle 4.5%
– Nakhon Pathom 1st needle 12.3% 2nd needle 2.8%

Other provinces 71 provinces 1st needle 10.6% 2nd needle 3.7%
– Phuket 1st needle 73.8% 2nd needle 58.9%
– Ranong 1st needle 34.0% 2nd needle 9.9%
– Surat Thani 1st needle 18.2% 2nd needle 7.3%
– Koh Samui 1st needle 30.8% 2nd needle 9.0%
– Koh Tao 1st needle 18.1% 2nd needle 5.4%
– Koh Phangan 1st needle 22.3% 2nd needle 3.2%

6. In the ASEAN region Has vaccinated in 10 countries, totaling 136,185,960 doses, including
1. Indonesia, 61,185,996 doses (15.9%* of the population) vaccinated with Sinovac, AstraZeneca and Sinopharm.
2. Malaysia: 16,024,916 doses (33.4%* of the population) vaccinated by Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac.
3. Philippines 15,953,911 doses (9.7%* of the population) vaccinated against Sinovac, Pfizer, Sputnik V, Moderna and AstraZeneca.
4. Thailand 15,388,939 doses (17.8%* of the population) vaccinated with Sinovac, AstraZeneca and Sinopharm.
5. Cambodia: 10,759,533 doses (38.2%* of the population) vaccinated with Sinopharm, AstraZeneca and Sinovac.
6. Singapore: 6,957,691 doses (70.7%* of the population) vaccinated by Pfizer, Moderna and Sinovac.
7. Vietnam: 4,411,659 doses (4.2%* of the population) vaccinated of AstraZeneca and Sinopharm.
8. Myanmar, 3,500,000 doses (N/A* population) vaccination of AstraZeneca and Sinopharm.
9. Laos 1,861,872 doses (14.4%* of the population) vaccination of Sinopharm, Sputnik V and AstraZeneca.
10. Brunei 141,443 doses (27.0%* of the population) AstraZeneca and Sinopharm vaccinations.
* Calculated from injection number/population/2 same in every country

7. Number of vaccinations by region
1. Asia and the Middle East 64.56%
2. North America 12.35%
3. Europe 14.85%
4. Latin America and the Caribbean 6.30%
5. Africa 1.59%
6. Oceania 0.35%

8. Countries with the most vaccinations The top four countries vaccinated more than 100 million doses, accounting for nearly 70% of the global vaccination volume.
1. China, 1,491.61 million doses (53.3% of the number of injections worldwide)
2. India, 422.83 million doses (15.5%)
3. USA, 339.76 million doses (53.1%)
4. Brazil, 128.41 million doses (31.4%)

9. Countries with the most vaccination coverage: 10 countries that have vaccinated at least 25% of the population are: (countries with a population greater than 500,000).
1. United Arab Emirates (76.2%) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford, Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinopharm and Gamaleya)
2. Maldives (75.5% of the population) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford, Pfizer/BioNTech and Sinopharm)
3. Bahrain (71.9%) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford, Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinopharm and Gamaley)
4. Uruguay (65.4%) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford, Pfizer/BioNTech and Sinovac)
5. Chile (64.8%) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford, CanSino, Pfizer/BioNTech and Sinovac)
6. Qatar (64.7%) (vaccination of Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna)
7. United Kingdom (62.1%) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech)
8. Canada (62.1%) (vaccination of AstraZeneca/Oxford Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech)
9. Israel (60.9%) (vaccination of Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna)
10. Singapore (60.6%) (vaccination of Pfizer/BioNTech Moderna and Sinovac)

Source: Bloomberg Vaccine Tracker data source, Ministry of Public Health.
processed by Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (TSU)

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