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3,039 Health Workers in Bali Haven’t Received the Covid-19 Vaccine


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3,039 health workers in Bali canceled receiving the Sinovac vaccine because they did not pass the initial screening test and had congenital or comorbid diseases.

Meanwhile, the other 2,418 people delayed getting vaccinated due to various factors such as being pregnant and having hypertension.

Head of the Bali Health Service Office, Ketut Suarjaya, said that the first phase of vaccination, which began in mid-January, had already provided the vaccine to 91 percent of health workers.

According to Suarjaya, currently, the number of vaccines available for the second phase in 76,320 doses. The Sinovac type vaccine will come again to Bali to meet existing needs.



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