HealthVaccination in Bali is available for the general public

Vaccination in Bali is available for the general public


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The Covid-19 vaccination program in Bali Province continues to be intensified. The general public elder than 18 years old can receive vaccination services for free. The Covid-19 vaccination service in Bali is spread across all health facility services. People who will vaccinate only need to bring their Identity Card (KTP).

“In Bali, go directly to the nearest health facility, all of them provide vaccinations,” said Head of the Bali Provincial Health Office, Ketut Suarjaya when contacted, Sunday (20/6/2021).

He also ensured that citizens with KTPs outside of Bali can also get vaccination services in Bali, provided they are living in Bali. According to Suarjaya, vaccination services in Bali are carried out every Monday-Saturday at 08.00 – 14.00.

This service will continue to be carried out until the vaccination target of three million people in Bali is completed.

“We have increased the quota in each health facility from 50 vaccination quotas to 150-200 vaccines in a day,” he said.

However, Suarjaya continued, so far there has never been a crowd caused by the vaccination process. Because vaccination services in Bali are also carried out in each banjar or hamlet in Bali.

The vaccination service in each banjar was carried out en masse. Then, the number of vaccinations in each banjar adjusts to the capacity of the people in that banjar.

Based on data from the Bali Province Covid-19 Task Force, 1.874.213 people have received the first vaccination and 706.089 people have received the second vaccination. There were distributed 3.073.040 doses of vaccine with 492.738 doses remaining in stock.

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