Covid-19 Vaccination for Journalists Kicks Off Today

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  • Elderly people undergo COVID-19 vaccination at the Puskesmas Senen Subdistrict, Jakarta, Tuesday, February 23, 2021. The Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) asks elderly people who are the target of the second phase of vaccination to come directly to the nearest health facility to receive a vaccine dose injection corona virus (SARS-CoV-2). Participants of the second stage of vaccination, which targets 21.5 million people over 60 years of age, do not need to go through a personal registration process. TEMPO / Muhammad Hidayat

    Elderly people undergo COVID-19 vaccination at the Puskesmas Senen Subdistrict, Jakarta, Tuesday, February 23, 2021. The Ministry of Health (Kemenkes) asks elderly people who are the target of the second phase of vaccination to come directly to the nearest health facility to receive a vaccine dose injection corona virus (SARS-CoV-2). Participants of the second stage of vaccination, which targets 21.5 million people over 60 years of age, do not need to go through a personal registration process. TEMPO / Muhammad Hidayat

    TEMPO.CO, JakartaThe Covid-19 vaccination program for journalists and media workers is set to commence today, February 25, at the Basketball Hall A of Bung Karno Stadium or GBK Senayan, Jakarta.

    About 5,000 journalists from various media will participate in this second phase of the central government’s vaccination. Based on the invitation letter from the Press Council, the program will last for three days, starting today until Saturday, February 27.

    For three consecutive days, participants will be grouped into three sessions. The first session starts at 08:00-10:00 local time, the second session from 10:00 to 12:00 local time, and the third session will be from 13:00-16:00 local time.

    Participants are asked to bring their ID Card and its copy, and be ready on the site according to the predetermined schedule for the inoculation. If they are present outside the specified hours, they will not be allowed to enter the vaccination area.

    Journalists and media workers who will take part in the Covid-19 vaccination must also be at the site at least 60 minutes before the schedule ends. Participants are also obliged to be disciplined in complying with the schedule and maintaining health protocols.

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