Samosir – Marianna Foundation is moved to participate in carrying out mass Covid-19 vaccinations with the government in this case together with Kodam-1/BB in Samosir Regency, North Sumatra. Mass vaccination is carried out to fulfill the goal of achieving mass Covid-19 vaccination goals for the community, especially the Samosir location in two sub-districts namely Pangururan and Simanindo.
Seeing this situation, the Bukit Barisan Military Command and the North Sumatran Regional Police together with the Marianna Foundation (Parna Raya Group) were moved to participate in meeting the Covid-19 vaccination target in bulk along with the concept of 10,000 doses of vaccine for the community from 26 to 27 July 2021. Meanwhile for the second dose of vaccination will be held a few weeks after that in the same area and region.
“Why were these two sub-districts chosen because they are the entrances for visitors to and from Samosir and the community has the opportunity to be exposed to the Covid-19 Virus. Of course, the Central Government has taken various ways together with the Micro PPKM Policy, both the North Sumatra Regional Government and the Samosir Regional Government itself,” said Marianna Foundation spokesman Mahidin Simbolon via written information, Monday (26/7/2021).
“In the implementation of this vaccine, of course, involving local fitness personnel coordinated by Kodim 0210/TU as needed. So far, a number of preparations have been carried out by the Marianna Foundation team in coordination with the Kodam-1/BB, Kodim 0210/TU and the Pangururan Koramil as well as Simanindo,” Mahidin understood.
It is hoped that the people in these two sub-districts will be moved, including their hearts, to come, willing to be vaccinated as one of the ways to increase immunity to withstand the attack of the Covid-19 virus, but they are required to always obey the government’s directives by implementing the 5 M.
“In addition to the free injection of Covid-19 vaccine, we can also distribute pudding funds for residents so that they are excited to be injected with the Covid-19 vaccine to prevent the spread of the corona virus,” he concluded.