After receiving two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at public vaccination centers, people who wish to do so can now make an appointment for booster injections at the Capital Vaccination Center through the cell phone operators’ websites.
Booster vaccination at Bangkok’s Bang Sue Grand Station is offered to people who have received two injections of Astra Zeneca vaccine or have received one of the cross-vaccination approaches such as Sinovac-Astra-Zeneca and SinoPharm-Pfizer.
Unless you specify the AstraZeneca vaccine at the check-in counter on the day of the appointment, all recipients will receive the Pfizer vaccine as a booster.
Appointments can be booked on the websites of the mobile network providers AIS, True, Dtac and NT. Applicants must schedule a vaccination date. This must be at least 90 days after their last injection date.
Registration is not required for those who received their second dose at the Central Vaccination Center. The Center will send a text message to their phone to inform them of their booster appointment date. The Center has already scheduled appointments for those in this group who received their second dose in September or October.
At this time, walk-in services for boosters are not provided.