Proposed Vaccination of Families of DKI DPRD Members Rejected, Who Are the Priority Group for Covid-19 Vaccine Recipients?

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Deputy Governor of DKI Jakarta Ahmad Riza Patria said that the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government rejected the proposal Covid-19 vaccination for families of members of the DKI Jakarta DPRD.

Menuru Riza, the families of DKI DPRD members are not included in the Covid-19 vaccination priority group.

“Yes, we have stages. Priority is not family (DPRD members),” said Riza in a statement on Wednesday (3/3/2021).

Then, who are the priority groups of recipients the Covid-19 vaccine?

Also read: DKI DPRD Leader: Members of the Council Ask Families to Participate in the Covid-19 Vaccine

Reporting from the covid19.go.id site, the government has issued technical instructions regarding Covid-19 vaccination. The regulation is stated in the Decree of the Director General of Disease Prevention and Control Number HK.02.02 / 4/1/2021 concerning Technical Guidelines for Vaccination in the Context of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

The vaccination program in Indonesia is divided into four stages, namely:

  • Phase 1 (January-April 2021)

The targets of the 1st stage of Covid-19 vaccination are health workers, assistant health workers, support staff and students who are currently undergoing medical professional education who work in health service facilities.

  • Phase 2 (January-April 2021)

The targets of the Phase 2 Covid-19 vaccination are public service officers, namely the Indonesian National Army (TNI) / the Indonesian National Police (Polri), legal officers.

Then, public service officers which include officers at airports / ports / stations / terminals, banks, state electricity companies, and regional drinking water companies, educators, traders in the market, MSME actors, public transportation workers, and other officers directly involved provide services to the community.

Furthermore, the elderly group over 60 years of age are also targets of the Covid-19 phase 2 vaccination.

  • Phase 3 (April 2021-March 2022)

Covid-19 Vaccination Phase 3 targets vulnerable communities from geospatial, social and economic aspects.

  • Stage 4 (April 2021-March 2022)

The target is the community and other economic actors with a cluster approach in accordance with the availability of vaccines.

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