Jakpro Holds Covid-19 Vaccinations for People of Jakarta, Non-Jakarta

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  • A person is taking part in the COVID-19 vaccination at Kuningan City Mall, Jakarta, Thursday 15 July 2021. The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government continues to vaccinate Covid-19 for residents aged 12 years and over. The vaccination location will be opened at Kuningan City Mall, South Jakarta, on 15-18 July 2021, in collaboration with Bank Muamalat. The vaccine used is Sinovac. TEMPO/Subekti.

    A person is taking part in the COVID-19 vaccination at Kuningan City Mall, Jakarta, Thursday 15 July 2021. The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government continues to vaccinate Covid-19 for residents aged 12 years and over. The vaccination location will be opened at Kuningan City Mall, South Jakarta, on 15-18 July 2021, in collaboration with Bank Muamalat. The vaccine used is Sinovac. TEMPO/Subekti.

    TEMPO.CO, JakartaJakarta Propertindo or Jakpro along with the Jakarta Experience Board readied 2,000 Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines for residents of the capital city in order to support the city’s vaccine rollout acceleration program.

    Residents and the regional-owned firms’ employees can get their vaccine tickets through the smart city mobile app Jakarta Kini (Jaki) or directly visit the location at the Cendrawasih Building, Cengkareng, West Jakarta.

    The inoculation program kicked off today, July 21, and will last until July 23, 2021.

    “[We have set a target that there will be] 650 people get vaccinated against Covid-19 per day,” said Jakpro Corporate Secretary Nadia Diposanjoyo in a press statement on Wednesday, July 21.

    The Covid-19 vaccination center was expected to support the government’s target to vaccinate 7.5 million residents of the capital city by the end of August 2021.

    The people were seen queuing at the vaccination site starting 09:20 a.m. today while complying with the predetermined health protocols. “If we calculated it per hour, around 180 to 200 people have come,” said Jakarta Experience Board Product Development Head Muhammad Rayhan Islamy on Wednesday.

    Residents without Jakarta ID Card are allowed to join the Covid-19 vaccination program by registering via the Jaki app. Children aged 12-17 years old can directly register on the spot by bringing their ID and a photocopy of their family card.

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