Over the past week, BISP brothers Na-Siam (Por-Pan) and Na-Phak (Pok-Pong) have been volunteering at Thai Mueang Hospital in Phang-nga, as medical personnel aim to vaccinate as many people as possible in Thailand.

Por-Pan and Pok-Pong have been helping to take care of the finishing procedures once a vaccine has been administered, such as printing Covid-19 certificates and scheduling appointments for a second dose. This has allowed qualified employees to focus their attention on getting as many people vaccinated as possible.

“I felt very fortunate and proud to be able to support my local community by putting my time to good use. Knowing that what I do can help lessen the burden of medical personnel who are working on the front line certainly makes it much more meaningful,” Por-Pan said. 

Thai Mueang Chaipat Hospital is a small rural hospital that oversees roughly 48,000 people living in the Thai Mueang region. With the target of 700 people vaccinated per day, the hospital is short of medical personnel so the staff were very thankful for the extra pairs of hands. 

Well done and thank you to Por-Pan and Pok-Pong for showing great initiative and support to the community during this time.

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