21 September 2022. The Royal Gazette website published two Public Health Ministry announcements that would remove Covid-19 from the list of “dangerous communicable diseases” and list it among “communicable diseases under surveillance” from October 1.
20 September 2022. In an effort to support animal health and welfare, The Lao P.D.R Ministry of Health and its development partners will distribute 30,000 free doses of Rabies vaccines across the country. An average of 8,528 dog bites are also reported annually in Laos and this highlights the importance of rabies surveillance and control.
20 September 2022. The National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE), Vietnam has controlled the transfer of vaccines between localities and worked with UNICEF to receive the Moderna vaccine as soon as possible, ensuring that children from 6 to under 12 years old receive the full dose of the vaccine.
20 September 2022. Active COVID cases remain at around 55 as numbers remain stable for Cambodia. Meanwhile, looking at the overall COVID picture via statistics, it appears that COVID cases – although still happening – are at much lower levels than before.
20 September 2022. In Thailand, producing homegrown vaccines will make it possible to achieve self-sufficiency, increase collaboration between organizations, and boost national competency in COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing.https://www.pattayamail.com/thailandnews/thailand-targets-homegrown-covid-19-vaccines-to-roll-out-in-2023-2024-411001
05 September 2022. According to the Vietnam Ministry of Health, country has recorded cases of infection with sub-variants BA.4, BA.5, and BA.2.74 of Omicron in the community; particularly the sub-variant BA.5 is gradually predominating among infection cases daily.