Tegal Police – Tegal Kodim with community organizations (Ormas) Projo and Bhamada Slawi University held a Covid-19 vaccine activity at the Yaumi Slawi Building, Tegal Regency, Wednesday, September 15, 2021.
Projo is an organization that supports the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. The organization has a formal status as an Ormas originating from the Ministry of Law and Human Rights which has an open character, without discriminating against religion, ethnicity, race and other groups.
Head of Projo Tegal Regency, Sugirman said, the following activities are tangible evidence for the people of Tegal Regency.
“The real evidence happens to be that there are direct instructions from the center as well as direct coaches by Jokowi’s father who collaborated with the TNI and Polri to hold the National Movement for the Acceleration of Free Covid-19 Vaccines for the community,” he said.
He continued, the following activities were carried out simultaneously in Central Java today, amounting to 20 thousand doses of vaccine.
“There are in Solo, Magelang, Semarang, including in Tegal Regency,” he said.
Furthermore, the following vaccines, including his party, have been obtained with hard work from the Ministry of Health and the National Police Headquarters, which is supported by the Salim Group.
“So this vaccine does not reduce the district’s share, which is 1000 for residents of Tegal Regency with a Sinovac dose,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Chief of the Tegal Police, Kompol Didi Dewantoro, said that the busyness was a positive invitation to the people of Tegal Regency to synergize with the Tegal Police.
“The following activities are their good efforts in implementing vaccination to the community, which currently reaches 25%. Thank God, as long as the busyness goes on smoothly and the queue time is appropriate, “he said.
Didi hopes that by being injected with the vaccine, the people of Tegal Regency can help the government in fighting the Covid-19 number.
“Hopefully this good effort can be well received by the community,” concluded Commissioner Didi.