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Over 90% Of People In Sanur Received Covid-19 Vaccine

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Bali Officials have announced that 96% of the population in the Sanur area have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

The Spokesman of Denpasar Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Dewa Gede Rai said that 96% of the 33,225 people in Sanur have received their first dose of the vaccine. “Most of them are vaccinated, there are only 324 people left in three main Sanur areas such as Sanur Kaja village, Sanur Kauh village and Sanur village.” said Gede Rai on Saturday (3/4).

He also explained that the Covid-19 vaccine distribution program in Sanur was extended until the 4th of April 2021 to optimize the distribution program. “The program was extended to give another chance for the people who previously weren’t physically qualified due to their health condition. But I’m quite impressed with the people’s enthusiasm to join this vaccination program.” Gede Rai added.

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Gede Rai hopes that the Covid-19 Free Corridor program will be implemented in the near future when all of the people in Sanur both permanent and temporary residents are vaccinated. “I hope all the people who work or own a business in Sanur will receive a positive impact from the reopening that is planned to begin by June or July this year. I also want to inform you that the registration to get the vaccine is very simple, Sanur residents only need to show their ID in order to receive the vaccine.” Gede Rai concluded.

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Marc De Smet

Monday 5th of April 2021

Also many people not living in Sanur have been vaccinated because they work in Sanur or have business in Sanur. So, I think the real percentage of vaccinated Sanur residents is quite lower.

Adrian

Sunday 4th of April 2021

Hmm, the numbers don't look right. If 96% of 33,225 people have been vaccinated, that means the total is 31,896...leaving another 1,329 not yet vaccinated.

Marc De Smet

Sunday 4th of April 2021

This is not completely true. Maybe more than 90% of the people who are officially registered in Sanur have been vaccinated. But many hundreds, and possibly more than 1000 people live in Sanur without being registered. They cannot get vaccination because they do not have a Bali KTP

Wayan Bo

Sunday 4th of April 2021

BRAVO, congratulation, now are such procentages wishable for whole Bali and Indonesia.

Ron Carter

Sunday 4th of April 2021

This is great news vaccinating 33,225 people. That's the number of vaccination required each day to reach 3,000,000 by June. Even at 30,000 3m can be achieved by July.

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