Minister of Internal Affairs Monitors Mass Vaccinations in Ubud

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Minister of Internal Affairs (Mendagri) RI General Police (ret.) Prof. H. Muhammad Tito Karnavian at Wantilan Balai Banjar, Tegallantang Environment, Ubud District, Gianyar, Tuesday (23/3/2021). PHOTO - SPC.

BALI, THE IMAGE – Minister of Internal Affairs (Mendagri) RI General Police (ret.) Prof. H. Muhammad Tito Karnavian, along with his entourage conducted a working visit in order to review the implementation of the Covid 19 mass vaccination at Wantilan Balai Banjar, Tegallantang Environment, Ubud District, Gianyar, Tuesday (23/3/2021).

This activity was also attended by Bali Governor I Wayan Koster, Bali Police Chief Inspector General Putu Jayan Danu Putra, Danrem 163 / WSA Brigadier General Husein Sagaf, Bali Provincial Secretary Dewa Made Indra, Bali Police Intelligence Director Kombes Pol Zaenal Abidin, Gianyar Regent I Made Mahayastra, Dandim 1616 / Gr. Lt. Col. Inf. Frandi Siboro, Kapolres Gianyar AKBP. I Dewa Made Adnyana.

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The Minister of Internal  Affairs and his entourage accompanied by Forkompinda Bali arrived at Wantilan Balai Banjar Tegallantang to review the mass vaccination of 200 Tegallantang residents who had vaccinated against Covid 19. Tegallantang is included in the green zone of Bali tourism for Ubud.

According to the Minister of Internal  Affairs, mass vaccination is prioritized for the tourism sector with the aim of opening up tourism in several areas of Bali Province such as Ubud, Sanur and Nusa Dua.

“The implementation of mass vaccination in Tegallantang will serve as an example not only in Bali Province but throughout Indonesia in general. This is assessed because the vaccination process runs in an orderly and regular manner in accordance with the Covid 19 Health Program,” he said.

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The Minister of Internal Affairs also asked the people who had received the vaccine to continue to apply the Prokes properly. This is important because it is in order to prevent the transmission of Covid19. Bali in general, and especially Ubud must immediately rise from its downturn, its tourism must immediately recover.

“For people who have carried out the first stage of vaccination in order to maintain their body immunity and continue to implement the 3 M process and also who are still vulnerable to exposure to Covid 19.

For the second stage of vaccines, antibodies will be formed in the process of the next 4 weeks but must also continue to carry out the 3 M. To the health workers, I would like to thank them for their dedication and efforts in serving the community in preventing the handling of Covid 19, “he said.***

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