“U2” – Universal Prevention and Universal Vaccination efforts, as well as “3Por” – Enough Beds, Enough Medicine, and Enough Medical Staff – will be promoted by the Ministry of Public Health. The number of Covid-19 cases in Thailand is decreasing, according to the most recent CCSA meeting. The overall death toll has plateaued, with the majority of cases affecting unvaccinated people in the “608” category. As Thailand approaches the “endemic phase,” restrictions on Covid-19 will begin to be lifted in the coming weeks. According to Thailand’s Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, “U2” and “3Por” measures would be undertaken to protect public health and safety throughout the transition. The CCSA’s next meeting will be held on Friday, June 17th.

The Covid-19 alert is now at Level 3 in all provinces, but at the CCSA’s next meeting on Friday, the notice could be dropped to Level 2 across the board. The fate of Thailand Pass is also scheduled to be discussed at the conference. In order to keep Covid-19 rates low, educational institutions and entertainment places should closely follow infection prevention methods. Vaccination rates are expected to rise as a result of the ministry’s vaccine promotion events and the distribution of immunizations to local health-promotion institutes. The Ministry of Health is concerned about the low rate of immunization among the elderly, which stands at just 45.1 percent. The goal of the ministry is to reach 60% of this demographic.

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