Formerly a center for Covid-19 immunizations, Bang Sue Grand Station is now closed. The clinic was established in May to provide Bangkok residents with basic vaccines and boosters. The final vaccination was administered on September 30 at the once-active Covid center.

At Bang Sue Grand Station, the Institute of Dermatology at Victory Monument will vaccinate anyone. On October 8 and 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., they will administer Covid vaccines. This is one of many centers in Thailand where the Ministry of Public Health offers free vaccinations. Those unsure of where to obtain the Covid vaccine should contact the nearest public hospital, clinic, or healthcare facility. The Central Vaccination Centre opened on May 24, 2021, providing primary, secondary, and tertiary vaccinations. There were 477 days spent at the center. During that time, 6.5 million doses of vaccine were administered. 3.5 million individuals were vaccinated.

As Minister of Public Health, Deputy Prime Minister Anutin Charnvirakul closed the Central Vaccination Centre. As Bang Sue Grand Station is the largest railway depot in Southeast Asia, Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob was there. Anutin thanked all those who assisted the vaccination center. Volunteers, medical personnel, and other organizations were commended for helping provide vaccines to Thais. Everyone can return to their previous positions. Anutin and other authorities performed for departing healthcare personnel.

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