Latest updates and measures to cope with Thailand’s critical situation

Press Briefing of the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) on July 12, 2021.
  • From February 28 to July 11, 2021, Thailand has already administered over 12.56 million doses of vaccine. 15.1% of people aged 60 and over, as well as 18.1% of people with underlying medical conditions have already received at least one dose of the vaccines
  • The 1.05 million AstraZeneca vaccines donated by Japan will be earmarked for senior citizens, both Thai nationals and foreigners currently in Thailand. Those over the age of 60 and also anyone with one of the 7 chronic diseases designated as high-risk for Covid-19 will be eligible for the AstraZeneca vaccine by Wednesday
  • COVID-19 situations in Thailand (+8,656)
  • New restrictions for dark red provinces starts today
  • Of the 700,000 healthcare workers, 880 of them, or about 0.12%, became infected during April –July. 20% of those 880 people were not vaccinated
  • The National Committee on Infectious Diseases will officially approve the plan to offer a booster shot to the frontline medical personnel. The additional shot will either be AstraZeneca or Pfizer that is due to arrive this month
  • From 12 July 2021, COVID-19 testing centers to be open at;

-Tupathemi Stadium

– Rajamangala National Stadium

– Chaeng Wattana Government Complex

  • From 14 July, 2021, testing center to open at

– Air-defense artillery division, Kiak Kai

  • The Social Security Office opened a new COVID-19 active case finding center for general public at Thai-Japanese Stadium in Din Daeng district from 12 July 2021. Registration can be made at or contact hotline 1506 dial 6 for more information