The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN Indonesia) held the Covid-19 vaccination for expatriates working in Jakarta on Tuesday, August 24. Similar events are planned to be held soon in several other areas with level 4 status.
Arsjad Rasjid, Chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN Indonesia) said that expatriates are part of the community. Therefore, they are entitled to get a vaccine in order to achieve the 100 percent vaccination target in Jakarta.
Not only facilitating the vaccination program for expatriates, but KADIN Indonesia also donated 275 oxygen cylinders to the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government. In addition, KADIN Indonesia also provides two units of vaccination cars that will be used to visit residents who have not received the vaccine.
According to Anies, the Governor of DKI Jakarta, the number of expatriates in Jakarta is quite large. Some of them have received vaccines from their respective embassies. For expatriates who have to get their own vaccine, KADIN Indonesia facilitates them through a paid vaccination for IDR 700,000.
Anies targets 1000 people to be vaccinated for expatriates, and 365 people have registered.
The requirements that must be met include, a foreigner aged at least 18 years, possessing an identity card in the form of; passport, Limited Stay Permit Card (KITAS), and Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP), or SKKT.