300,000 more AstraZeneca vaccines donated from Japan arrived

In a well-timed cargo, 300,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines have arrived in Bangkok today, a donation from Japan. Today is the anniversary of a milestone for Thailand and Japan, as September 26 is the anniversary of the unique institution of diplomatic relations between the 2 international locations.
Today marks the 134th anniversary of the connection between Japan and Thailand, an ideal alternative for a beneficiant donation from Japan of the AstraZeneca vaccines.
This is the third donation the Japanese authorities has made to assist Thailand in its battle towards the Covid-19 pandemic. In July, Japanese officials made a large donation of 1.05 million AstraZeneca vaccines that they had requested be used to inoculate aged individuals that are at high risk in Bangkok.
At the start of this month, Japan made a second donation of 300,000 vaccines on September 8, along with 775 oxygen concentrators wanted to care for extreme Covid-19 infections. They additionally donated tools to help the chilly chain system that retains vaccines at very low temperatures during storage, transportation, and distribution.
Their donation of another 300,000 vaccines that arrived today brings the whole to 1.65 million AstraZeneca vaccines that the Japanese government has donated to help Thailand inoculate its citizens to protect from Covid-19 over the previous few months.
Today’s donation is part of a string of vaccine donations from Japan to different Southeast Asian international locations with 500,000 doses to Taiwan, 400,000 doses for Vietnam, 300,000 for Thailand, and 100,00 doses for Brunei. In total, Japan has donated over 23 million vaccines of regionally produced AstraZeneca.
Simple of Foreign Affairs in Thailand expressed thanks to its partners on its Twitter account.
“Thailand thanks #Japan for granting 3rd lot of 300,000-dose #AstraZeneca vaccines which arrived in Thailand at present as to commemorate the 134th Anniversary of 🇹🇭🇯🇵 Diplomatic Relations. In whole, Japan has already granted 1.65m-dose vaccines to 🇹🇭.” [sic]

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