HealthVaccination for the Green Zones Will Begin Simultaneously

Vaccination for the Green Zones Will Begin Simultaneously


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The government of Bali is launching a vaccination program in three green zones Ubud, Nusa Dua, and Sanur on Monday, March 22, 2021.

Regional Secretary of Bali Province Dewa Indra who is also the Daily Chairperson of the Covid-19 Handling Task Force in Bali Province said that the green zone concept, which was the idea of ​​the Governor of Bali Wayan Koster, means that all citizens in these three areas are given vaccines to avoid exposure to COVID-19.

This concept received strong support from the central government.

According to this official from Pemaron Buleleng, the central government supports the provision of vaccines as needed, namely 170.487 doses divided into 47.045 doses for the Ubud area, 87.715 doses for Nusa Dua, and 35.727 doses for the Sanur area.

“Creating these three green zone areas is a smart step to open up tourism in Bali.

With the provision of vaccines and supported by the implementation of strict and disciplined health protocols, green zones in these three areas will be realized, “he added.

Dewa Indra explained that vaccination in these three areas is a tactical and strategic step to achieve two goals at once, namely restoring public health and restoring tourism (economy) in Bali.

“We hope that the full support and active participation of the people in these three areas to participate in vaccinations as our responsibility to restore health and also the economy.

The sooner the vaccination is finished, the better, “he said.

Bali Regional Secretary also said that apart from vaccination in the green zone, vaccinations in other districts were continuously being carried out and even accelerated so that it could be faster.

The community is expected to immediately register to participate in vaccination at the nearest health facility in their respective areas.

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