JAKARTA – TNI Commander Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto together with the National Police Chief General Pol Listyo Sigit Prabowo inspected two vaccination centers in the DKI Jakarta area, Tuesday (13/7/2021). The two locations are Atma Jaya Catholic University (Unika), South Jakarta and the Minhaajurrosyidiin Islamic Boarding School, Lubang Buaya, East Jakarta.
Arriving at the Atma Jaya Unika Campus, the TNI Commander and his entourage were greeted by the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Jaya Agustinus Prajaka. After that, it was continued by reviewing the implementation of vaccination which was centered in the Sport Hall area of Atma Jaya Catholic University.
The implementation of vaccination at the Atma Jaya Unika Campus is targeted at 30,000 people. The vaccination, which has been held since July 7, 2021, has so far succeeded in vaccinating 4,300 people. The vaccination process involved 38 vaccinators from the TNI-Polri and Koas at the Faculty of Medicine, Atma Jaya University.
Then, Hadi moved to visit the Minhaajurrosyidiin Islamic Boarding School in Lubang Buaya, East Jakarta.
The arrival of the TNI Commander and his entourage was welcomed by the Minhaajurrosyidiin Islamic Boarding School Caretaker KH Ashari Akbar, Cipayung Sub-district Head M Fadjar and Cipayung Health Center Head Rini Muharni.
When reviewing the implementation of vaccinations at the Minhaajurrosyidiin Islamic Boarding School, Hadi expressed his gratitude to the Ponpes administrators who had facilitated the implementation of vaccinations for students and the general public living around the area.
“Here, the place is spacious and suitable and the circulation is good, open and wide,” said Hadi in a written statement, Tuesday (13/7/2021).
Vaccination activities at the Minhaajurrosyidiin Islamic Boarding School have been started since June 14, 2021. The targeted population is to vaccinate 1,000 people per day.
To achieve this target, 74 vaccinators from the TNI-Polri has been prepared and assisted by the Cipayung Health Center, East Jakarta.