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How to Check Covid-19 Vaccination Schedule on JAKI

Ary Chynthia Y

15 March 2021

If you are not on the list for this stage, there is no need to worry. You can contact the neighborhood head for further information. Wait for the next stage while checking for your name regularly. If you are not on the list for this stage, there is no need to worry. You can contact the neighborhood head for further information. Wait for the next stage while checking for your name regularly.

The vaccination process in Jakarta has been going since January 15, 2021. The vaccination is being held through four stages, based on the priority scale of the Covid-19 vaccine recipients. Each recipient will get two doses of Covid-19 vaccine. The gap between the first dose and the second dose is 14 days. However, there are many people who have no idea whether they are already in the list of the candidates of vaccine recipients or not.

No need to worry, you can check your schedule to get vaccination through vaksinasi on corona.jakarta.go.id or through Jakarta’s super-app, JAKI (Jakarta Kini). Through this new menu and feature, you can find out whether you are already registered to get vaccinations or not. Moreover, you can also check your vaccination schedule in nearby healthcare service.

Who Will Get the Vaccination?

Considering the availability and the arrival time of the vaccine, the vaccination is divided into some stages. The current stage, Stage Two, is still devoted for the elderly and priority groups, such as public service officers. It is also important to note that there are certain groups of people who cannot get vaccine shots, for example, those who have any uncontrolled comorbidities, such as diabetes and hypertension.

[Important Things About Covid-19 Vaccination in Jakarta]

How to Check Your Vaccination Schedule

It is very easy to find out whether you are registered to get Covid-19 vaccination or not. Here are the steps:

1. Download JAKI through Google Play Store or App Store on your phone.
2. Open JAKI app.
3. Then click the banner with Jadwal Vaksinasi Covid-19 copy on it.
4. Input your NIK and your full name. After that, click Periksa.

5.If you are not on the list for this stage, there is no need to worry. You can contact the neighborhood head for further information. Wait for the next stage while checking for your name regularly.

If you are already on the list, your schedule and the place of the vaccination will show up. After that, you have to answer some medical questions by clicking Mulai Pre-Screening. Do not forget to put your phone number so that the medical officer can contact you regarding the vaccination schedule.

6. Through this pre-screening process, you will be given some questions to avoid a long queue at the healthcare service.

7. After answering those questions, you can review your answers before submitting them. Once you are done, click Kirim Jawaban pre-screening to submit your answers.

8. Once you are done, you will see the schedule and the place of the vaccination. Do not forget to capture the QR code to show to the vaccination officer later.

Latest Information about Vaccination on JAKI

JAKI always provides the latest information related to Covid-19, including vaccination for people in DKI Jakarta. This currently released feature is expected to serve the citizens to get the vaccination as soon as possible. However, even though we already get vaccinated, we still have to follow the health protocols and do 3M: Memakai masker, Mencuci tangan, dan Menjaga Jarak. To break the chain of transmission of Covid-19, citizens in Jakarta are ready to get vaccinated!

What are you waiting for? Download JAKI and check your name out on the candidates of vaccine recipients now!

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Ary Chynthia Y

Ary Chynthia is a Content Writer in Jakarta Smart City. She loves reading and has an interest in learning languages. She likes to express her emotions through her writings.

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