Central Jakarta Government will collect data on residents in 44 urban villages who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Data collection is needed to find out actual number of residents who have been vaccinated and those who haven't (de facto)
Central Jakarta Mayor, Dhany Sukma said, his side deployed urban village heads, dasawisma cadres and RT/RW administrators for collecting residents data. Later, the data will be matched with data from COVID-19 Handling Committee and National Economic Recovery (KCP PEN).
"Data collection is needed to find out actual number of residents who have been vaccinated and those who haven't (de facto)," he mentioned, Friday (7/23).
For field verification process, P opulation and Civil Register Sub-agency will distribute residents data based on NIK to all urban village heads and forward it to RT/RW administrators and dasawisma cadres.
"Synchronization is needed to obtain real data on number of residents who have and haven't been vaccinated against COVID-19," he stated.
Based on KCP PEN data, the current percentage of vaccination has achieved 182.6 percent from target 833,000 people.
"We want to ensure all residents in Central Jakarta, both those who have Jakarta ID cards and those who live in Central Jakarta, have been vaccinated by August 2021," he conveyed.