On February 2, a press conference on the current situation in the city was held in the meeting room of the Hua Hin municipality office.
Participants were Mr. Nopporn Wutthikul, Hua Hin Mayor, Dr. Chittarat Techawutthiphon, Hua Hin Hospital Director, Mr. Saichon Sriphanomwan, Hua Hin District Public Health Officer.
Mr. Nopporn said Hua Hin is safe from Covid-19.
Two doses of Sinovac per person for a total of 27500 people were purchased L by Chulabhorn Royal College with the aim of building an immune system and collective protection for people.
The Hua Hin Municipality area has been declared a tourist pilot area but there are still people in the area who have not received the third dose of the vaccine.
The number of citizens not yet vaccinated against COVID with the third dose is at least 80%.
Hua Hin Municipality is improving information channels so that news about the COVID vaccine is filtered by affected departments before it is released to the public and also listen to problems and give the right answers to people looking for a solution.
Resolving and conveying news for a clear and accurate understanding of this will lead to efficient service delivery.
Dr Chittarat talks about Covid cases of people in the area Currently, 90% of people who had the first vaccination, 75% of the second dose and 25% of the third dose are in 2nd place in the area, while the 4th needle covers the area in 1st place of the district.
According to the communication channels of all 3 agencies, namely Hua Hin Municipality Hua Hin Hospital and Hua Hin District Public Health which will have a vaccination service unit in the Hua Hin municipality area according to the weekly service plan , also at Hua Hin Hospital Bluport Hua Hin Shopping Center, Hua Hin Chaloem Phrakiat Red Cross Station, Naeb Kehart Chopsticks Health Service Center Public Health Service Center and Songserm Hospital Kho Tao (Hospital Sor.) Khao Tao will have both registration forms for advance service request (appointment for injection date) and walk-in form.