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♦️Medics granted legal immunity - The Public Health Ministry is set to issue an executive decree to provide healthcare professionals looking after Covid-19 patients with immunity from legal liability.
♦️Hospitals cry foul over Pfizer dose allocation cuts - Several hospitals yesterday cried foul over "sharp cuts" in the allocation of Pfizer vaccines as a booster dose for frontline medical workers after the Public Health Ministry started their rollout.
♦️Local nasal sprays to enter human trials - Two nasal spray vaccine candidates against Covid-19 developed by the National Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Biotec) are expected to enter their first phase of human trials later this year.
♦️Group wants ban on use of rubber bullets - A group of lawyers and reporters yesterday petitioned the Civil Court to issue a temporary injunction to prohibit police from using rubber bullets to disperse protesters in future rallies. The court will rule on the issue today.
📷 A nurse receives Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine as a booster shot at Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s General Hospital. As of yesterday, 700 medics and frontline workers at the hospital had registered for the US-made vaccine.
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