Jakarta, InfoPublik – Indonesia is back with the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine. On Monday (16/8/2021), a total of 5,000,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Sinovac in finished form arrived in the country.
So that the total number of vaccines that come to Indonesia is around 190 million doses, either in bulk form or raw materials or ready-made vaccines.
According to the Assistant for Operations to the TNI Commander Maj. Gen. Syafruddin, the arrival of this vaccine confirms that the government is working hard to meet the needs of the COVID-19 vaccine stock to be used in the national vaccination program.
He added that the TNI and Polri had received a direct mandate from President Joko Widodo to support the COVID-19 handling program, including the national vaccination program.
One of its manifestations is that the TNI has carried out vaccinations through TNI health facilities in 803 hospitals and level I facilities throughout Indonesia.
Then also carry out vaccination attacks, carry out mobile vaccinations, and cooperate with private parties including Walubi, Suci Buddha, Artha Graha, by vaccinating the first dose of 8,489,210 people and the second dose of 1,346,404 people. By handing over 10,867 TNI vaccinators.
Entering August 2021, continued Maj. Gen. Syafruddin, the national vaccination program will be expanded and accelerated with a target of 2 million doses per day. To date, more than 53 million people have received the first dose of vaccination.
“That means around 25% of the vaccination target or target of 208 million Indonesians to be able to build herd immunity or group immunity,” he said.
He also reminded, apart from vaccination, what should not be forgotten is discipline in health protocols by implementing health protocols, especially wearing masks and obeying the mobility restriction rules set by the government.
Towards the 76th anniversary of Indonesian Independence, at the same time reaffirming the status as a nation of fighters. Now, struggling and dealing with a pandemic.
“As in the past we were free from the invaders, now we are also optimistic that we will be free from the pandemic,” said Major General TNI Syafruddin.
According to him, everything can be done, if all the Indonesian people unite, try and fight together, working together to deal with this COVID-19 pandemic. “Hopefully we are all healthy, and always in the protection of Allah SWT. Healthy greetings,” he said.
On the same occasion, the Assistant for Operations of the National Police Chief, Inspector General of Police Imam Sugianto added, the National Police and the TNI are jointly ready to support the acceleration of vaccination through vaccination attacks throughout Indonesia.
He explained that the number of vaccines that had been distributed to the National Police from February 2021 to August 14, 2021 was 12,391,320 doses.
The number of people who have been vaccinated is 11,312,001 people. In order to support the vaccination campaign, the National Police deployed 6,008 Polri personnel as vaccinators.
“We are also assisted by 11,994 police partners, bringing the total number of vaccinators to 18,002,” said Inspector General Imam.
He said that not only in terms of securing stock and distribution of vaccines and vaccinations, the National Police also assisted in tracing by deploying a total of 61,217 tracer personnel.
Tracer personnel consist of field tracers as many as 58,929 personnel, digital tracers as many as 2,228 personnel.
Inspector General Imam ensured that the personnel who became tracers had attended special training by the Ministry of Health before going into the field in order to understand the technique of tracing COVID-19 cases.
According to him, the involvement of the National Police is a form of quick and comprehensive response in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, by holding the Safe Nusa-II operation to handle COVID-19 with strong involvement of 21,618 central and regional personnel.
Then in an effort to increase compliance with mobility restrictions, he continued, the National Police had taken various steps by blocking 3,164 points.
The number of strong personnel is 41,145 personnel with the results of mobility control, namely the number of vehicles inspected as many as 197,473 vehicles.
The number of vehicles that were turned back was 48,619 vehicles and the number of people being examined was 1,167,286 people.
“The Indonesian National Police is also carrying out the Yustisi Operation to back up the Regional Government which aims to increase public compliance with the health protocol as of August 14, 2021,” said Irjan Imam.
He detailed the number of activities as many as 9,948,555 activities with the number of people being targeted as many as 11,862,443 people.
The sanctions imposed were in the form of an oral warning of 9,937,939 and a written warning of 5,488. There were 3,313 social sanctions and 483 temporary cessation/closure of places of business. And a total fine of IDR 51,439,316.
On that occasion, Inspector General Imam also reminded all parties not to forget discipline on health protocols by implementing health protocols.
“Keep wearing masks, keep your distance, wash your hands and obey the mobility restrictions set by the government,” he said. (Mediacenter Riau/rat/toeb)
3 3 PPKM Extended Again, Check Java-Bali Transportation Travel Terms
JAKARTA – In connection with the government’s decision to extend the PPKM Level 4.3, and 2 in the Java and Bali regions from August 17-23 2021, the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) announced the conditions for transportation travel during the PPKM period.
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Transportation, Adita Irawati, revealed that the conditions for transportation trips had not changed and were still referring to the previous circular (SE).
“The rules for transportation requirements remain the same, which refers to the SE Task Force for Handling Covid-19 No. 17 concerning Provisions for Travel of Domestic People during the Covid-19 Pandemic and SE No. 18 of 2021 concerning International Health Protocols during the Covid-19 Pandemic,” he said in a statement received by MPI, Tuesday (17/8/2021). In general, the rules of travel conditions contain several things, namely as follows:
1. Mobility in the Java-Bali district/city level with destinations and departures still within the Java and Bali areas is regulated regardless of leveling or is uniform for all regions:
a) For arrivals from Outside Java-Bali/Departures from Java-Bali to Outside-Java-Bali, according to InMendagri No. 34/2021 requires a minimum dose of 1 vaccine card. Air travelers must perform a 2×24 hour RT-PCR test and other modes of 2×24 hour RT-PCR test or 1×24 hour Antigen.
b) For inter-city/district travel within Java-Bali, the requirements are: people who have received a complete dose of vaccine as evidenced by a vaccine card, for air travel only need an antigen test 1×24 hours.
Meanwhile, recipients of the first dose of vaccine, for travel by air, are required to carry out 2×24 hour RT-PCR. For other modes of transportation, travelers are required to show a vaccine card or have been vaccinated with a minimum dose of one and a 2×24 hour RT-PCR test or 1×24 hour Antigen.