Is Speed Critical for Thailand’s Vaccination Drive?

It has now been a little over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was discovered in Thailand, making it the first country outside of China to come into contact with this novel disease. One year later, with a second wave of cases still yet to reach its trough, the borders having been closed for months and the economy more than a little battered, more than a few Thais are wondering when all of this will finally be over. 

The solution, of course, is the vaccine: that elixir of hope that promises to restore normalcy to a world utterly tired of extraordinary times, disoriented by a year of head-spinning tragedy. But even with the light visible at the end of this dark tunnel, it appears this train is not moving towards it at anything close to full speed. 

Why so? 

Click here to read the full piece at Thai Enquirer.

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