President Jokowi in C. Java to Inspect COVID-19 Vaccination

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation
Date 13 September 2021
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President accompanied by First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo inspects door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination in Ngledok sub-village, Segaran village, Delanggu district, Klaten regency, Central Java, on Monday morning (13/09/2021). (Photo: Bureau of Press, Media, and Information of Presidential Secretariat/Rusman)

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo Monday (13/09/2021) started his working visit in Central Java Province to inspect COVID-19 vaccination in Ngledok sub-village, Segaran village, Delanggu district, Klaten regency.

According to the President, his regular vaccination inspection aims to ensure that mass vaccination is well implemented in all provinces across Indonesia.

“In every working visit, I always inspect the vaccination program so that mass vaccination is well implemented in all Indonesia provinces and regencies / cities,” the President said after the inspection.

The Head of State also said that door-to-door vaccination implemented by the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) is a form of social service.

“Door-to-door vaccination is implemented by having the healthcare workers visiting the community, the people door-to-door. I think it is also a form of social service,” he added.

For the record, vaccination program in Ngledok sub-village targetted 500 local residents. Apart from inspecting Klaten regency, the President also inspected vaccination program in Ngabeyan village, Kartasura district, Sukoharjo regency.

In total, the number of participants of door-to-door vaccination program in both districts was 8,000 residents.

The Head of State also expressed hope that this door-to-door vaccination program can facilitate the people to get vaccinated in an attempt to control the spread of COVID-19.

“We hope that everyone can get easy access to get vaccinated so all eligible people can be vaccinated as soon as possible and can be protected from COVID-19. That is what we hope,” he remarked. (FID/UN) (AW/EP)

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