Pathum Thani shopping centre apologises after overcrowded vaccination occasion goes viral

A purchasing centre in Pathum Thani, a central Thai province, has apologised for a vaccination occasion that went awry after massive crowds packed into the purchasing centre in anticipation of receiving a vaccine. The massive crowds resulted in people standing proper next to one another with no social distancing being noticed. The vaccination occasion happened over the weekend at Future Park Rangsit.
Following videos and photos of the event that went viral, the centre launched a press release. The buying centre’s statement says that officers are taking action over the mishap. They add that they’ve addressed the issue and subsequently proposed options to the organisation to repair the scenario immediately. The vaccination event was organised by the provincial government for residents to get a Sinopharm vaccine.
“Queue in a line that not exists. We’re jammed together here. I suppose I’m going to get contaminated with COVID-19 earlier than getting the vaccine”, says one TikToker from the occasion.
Abdul Mahamad, from the Pathum Thani Provincial Administration, claims there were social distancing measures in place at the vaccination site. Fast says Abdul conceded that the incident was as crowded as it was seen online. They say Abdul blamed the overcrowding on somebody in line who might have knocked down a rope barrier. Abdul insists the scenario will not happen again..

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