Jakartans enthusiastically went to mass vaccination site at Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK), on this Saturday (6/26)
We serve all Jakarta residents who have Jakarta KTP, domiciled and work in Jakarta
From Beritajakarta.id observation on the field, people queued for vaccination in orderly manner at F and H entrance gates. In this activity, people were required to carry out strict health protocol.
At around 10:30 AM, Indonesian President, Joko Widodo accompanied by Jakarta Governor, Anies Baswedan arrived at GBK Stadium to see mass vaccination activity.
Muhammad Ridwan Meuraksa Hospital Head, Colonel Puji Hartono said, mass vaccination activity at GBK Stadium was enthusiastically welcomed by Jakarta residents who kept coming until this afternoon.
"Initially, our target is around 8,000 people, but as of this afternoon, 11,800 people have received vaccines at GBK Stadium. We use Sinovac vaccine in this vaccination," he informed.
He mentioned that residents who can be vaccinated at GBK Stadium should have DKI ID Card (KTP), domiciled in Jakarta, and work in Jakarta.
"We serve all Jakarta residents who have Jakarta KTP, domiciled and work in Jakarta," he added.
Meanwhile, Jakarta Health Agency Head, Widyastuti encouraged Jakarta residents who haven't been vaccinated to visit vaccination service center in their respective areas.
"We also remind people to always implement strict health protocol to prevent COVID-19 transmission since its cases is currently increasing," she asserted.
Residents who were confirmed positive for COVID-19 shouldn't be panic but immediately reported COVID-19 Task Force officials at RT, RW, and urban village levels to handle it and track the transmission.
"Later on , COVID-19 health team will carry out examination. Based on examination result, they will be informed whether they need to be referred to hospital or undergo self-isolation at the location provided. COVID-19 Task Force at urban village level continues to add more locations that can be used for self-isolation," she explained.