True Digital Park announces its readiness to be a vaccination center

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  • May 07, 2021
True Digital Park announces its readiness to be a vaccination center
True Digital Park announces its readiness to be a vaccination center. It is prepared to support equipment, volunteer staff and full facilities to help inoculate the people.

Bangkok, April 30, 2021 – True Digital Park, as a Thai private sector, is ready to contribute to helping Thailand overcome the COVID-19 crisis. True Digital Park will provide vaccination services for the public, supporting the mission of distributing the COVID-19 vaccine, which is an urgent national agenda, to be completed efficiently and quickly. People who wish to get vaccinated can come by taxis, buses, BTS Skytrains, or their own cars. There is a quick access to the building from Punnawithi BTS Station. Over 1,300 parking spaces are available for private car users. True 5G, 4G and 5G WiFi networks are ready to support the full range of healthcare professionals. True Digital Park will prepare the area as a covid-19 vaccination service point in open and ventilated space to ensure safety. It is also preparing to support equipment including volunteer staff to provide full public service. 1,000 people are expected to be vaccinated per day from early June 2021 onwards.

The location is perfect. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration who spearheaded the subcommittee on vaccine management against Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has approved plans to provide vaccine services, which in Bangkok have been cooperated with the private sector to provide 14 non-hospital vaccination services including True Digital Park, SCG, Central Ladprao, Samyan Mitr Town, Tanya Park, Asiatique, The Mall Bangkapi, Robinson Ladkrabang, Lotus Minburi, Central Pinklao, ICONSIAM, PTT Station on Rama 2, The Mall Bangkae, and Big C Bangbon.

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