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Visitors Required To Show Proof Of Covid-19 Vaccine Before Entering Local Market In Bali

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The Negara police department has announced that a Covid-19 vaccine document has become an entry requirement for visitors of the Lelateng local market in Negara.

The Head of the Negara Police Department, AKP I Gusti Made Sudarma Putra confirmed that in accordance to the government’s instruction to achieve herd immunity in Negara region, this policy was initiated to increase people’s enthusiasm in joining the vaccination program in this region. “An inspection was conducted in the Lelateng market on Wednesday (28/7) to assure the people’s compliance with the government’s rules.” AKP Putra said on Wednesday morning (28/7).

The inspection that was conducted by several different institutions such as the police department, military officers and civil service officers was scheduled to start at 9:00am to 12:00pm on Wednesday. Apart from inspecting the Covid-19 vaccine documents from market visitors, authorities also assure that everyone is complying with prevention protocols while handing out free facemasks to the people.

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

AKP Sudarma Putra explained that this operation is one of the government’s efforts in targeting to distribute the Covid-19 vaccine to at least 80% of Negara residents before achieving herd immunity from the Coronavirus. “We want to inform all the visitors of Lelateng Market that apart from wearing a facemask, the Covid-19 vaccine will be mandatory for each visitor as it was previously instructed before this level 4 partial lockdown was implemented. And I urged all the people to visit the nearby vaccination site to reduce Covid-19 transmissions in the area.” AKP Sudarma Putra concluded.

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

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