“Anutin” leads Thailand to join hands with WHO to set up “BIOHUB” to develop “medicine-vaccination” to fight the epidemic

Thairath Online

26 May 2022 03:15

“Anutin” closed the job of the World Health Assembly, led “Thailand” to join hands with “WHO” to establish “BIOHUB” to develop drugs and vaccines to fight the epidemic. “Dr. Tedros” posted a message thanking Thailand for vaccination.Covidreach the goal 70 percent

On May 25, 65, reporters reported that Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and The Minister of Health met with World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on jointly developing future epidemic prevention capabilities in Geni. wa Swiss Confederation During the 75th session of the World Health Assembly (WHA), the latest on Facebook, Mr. Anutin appeared in a picture of Mr. Anutin as he greeted Dr. Tedros to members who attended the discussion. along with the message “Soft Power of using Thainess. Smile first, pay respect first. Things that you think are difficult will be much easier. Pay a courtesy call on Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, the Official Secretary-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) at the WHO Headquarters in Geneva today.”

Mr. Anutin continued, “Thailand has received praise and confidence in the management of the COVID-19 epidemic situation.World Health Organization And a survey team was sent to study the disease management and control system in Thailand. which the results of the working group that have already come out will be put in place as a guideline and a common standard for issuing rules and regulations for the management of the WHO epidemic for member countries around the world especially in the issue of disease control response to the epidemic, vaccination, medical treatment for infected people, and a strong VHV system.”

“In addition, Thailand has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the establishment of a biological center. WHO BIOHUB together to collect various pathogens that already exist for analysis, study, research to develop drugs and vaccines in the future. Thailand is the first country to sign this cooperation. because they are the most ready,” said Mr. Anutin.

While Dr. Tedros’ tweeter appeared, the picture and the text translated into Thai said: “From the lessons of COVID-19 Thailand has signed BioHub Bio Knowledge Sharing Partnership. This partnership will help us quickly access information about pathogens and conducting research to develop tools to deal with public health crises, and thanks to Mr.Anutin Charnvirakul Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health of Thailand for the effortdrugstrongly in controlling COVID-19 until reaching the goal of vaccination of 70% and strive for equality in vaccines and welcomed the cooperation in the transmission of information on the health insurance system.”

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