30 foreigners working on the island got COVID-19 vaccines in Sanur.
“This is the policy of the provincial health department. Those who have KITAS who live in Sanur and work in Sanur can be vaccinated,” said the head of the village of Sanur I Made Sudana.
Sudana clarified that foreigners are vaccinated against COVID-19 if they have a Population Identification Number (NIK) or a Limited Residence Permit Card (KITAS) and are registered with the Health Insurance Board (BPJS).
According to Sudan, these expatriates work in Sanur in various spheres such a diving, hotel industry, international schools, and have own businesses.
Sanur is one of the areas marked in the plan for the formation of green areas in Bali. Besides Sanur, the other two districts will be Nusa Dua and Ubud.
AstraZeneca vaccine is used for vaccination in these three areas.