“Children’s vaccine” caused side effects, adverse reactions, death, received 4 hundred thousand baht.

Sticking to the Covid-19 crisis and injections “Children’s Vaccines” COVID-19 Information Center Report 6 October 2021 at 12.30 The situation of COVID-19 infection in the country, as of April 1, 2021, found 9,866 new cases Divided into 8,797 new cases from surveillance and service systems, 1,008 proactively searched for community-acquired cases from prisons/detention centers, 16 of those traveling from abroad to state-provided detention facilities.

While 1,514,344 recovered, 1,638,234 cumulative confirmed cases, 102 additional deaths, 17,211 cumulative deaths. Between February 28 – October 5, 2021, there were a total of 56,656,247 doses of vaccine recipients. As of October 5, 2021, there were 262,362 recipients of the 1st dose, 433,665 of the 2nd dose, and the 3rd dose 38,777.

Children's Vaccines, Adverse Reactions, Side Effects

Children's Vaccines, Adverse Reactions, Side Effects

3 cases “Children’s Vaccines” side effects filing for subsidies

  1. Must treat continual illness, pay no more than 100,000 baht
  2. Loss of organs or disabilities to the extent that it affects life, pay not more than 2.4 hundred thousand baht
  3. In the event of death or permanent disability, pay no more than 4 hundred thousand baht.

In this case “Children’s Vaccines” If adverse reactions occur after vaccination can apply for a preliminary aid payment withNational Health Security Office (NHSO) at the injection hospital Provincial Public Health Office (Public Health Office) or at the office NHSO, branches in all 13 areas, with a period of time to submit a complaint within 2 years from the date the damage is known.

when someone has submitted an application Subcommittee The territorial level will expedite the consideration to be completed as soon as possible. In the event that the applicant does not agree with the results of the diagnosis He has the right to appeal to the Secretary-General of the NHSO within 30 days from the date of knowing the result of the diagnosis. For more information, please call NHSO hotline 1330.

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