The Jembrana police department vaccinated random citizens during a recent operation on a public road.
The Head of this Operation from the Jembrana Police Department, Kompol I Wayan Sinar Yasa confirmed that this operation was conducted by the authorities from the police and Civil Service officers in front of the Jembrana police department located on Jalan Pahlawan, Jembrana on Thursday (2/9). This operation was an effort to reduce Covid-19 transmissions in Jembrana by distributing Covid-19 vaccines to random people who haven’t received the vaccine yet.
“We stopped everyone to check if they were already vaccinated or not, so we could administer the vaccine on site to anyone who hasn’t received one yet.” Kompol Sinar Yasa said. He also explained that people were only required to show their ID before receiving their vaccine at the Jembrana police department. Others who have missed their appointment to receive their second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine were also told to come to the location to complete their vaccination.
Apart from residents of the Jembrana region, this vaccination program has also welcomed citizens from other regions in Indonesia. “We were also open to distributing the vaccine to people from other regions as long as they could show their Indonesian ID.” Kompol Yasa concluded. He also said that a similar operation will be regularly conducted in order to achieve herd immunity among the people in the Jembrana region.
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