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COVID-19 Vaccination in Jakarta Special Capital Region

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What is COVID-19 Vaccines?

A vaccine is a biological product consisting antigen in the form of microorganisms or certain part of it, or the substance it produces that has been processed so that it is safe to be injected to people. If one is vaccinated, then he/she will be immune to a certain disease.

Vaccinations are the process that occured in the body causing someone to be immune or protected from a disease. If the person who was vaccinated is infected by the disease, then he/she will not be sick or will only experience mild illness.

A vaccine is not a cure of a disease, it supports the formulation of specific body immunity so the person who is vaccinated will be protected from getting infected by a virus or experiencing acute disease. As long as there is no specific cure for COVID-19, the most effective and safe cure is vaccine and the implementation of 5M (memakai masker, mencuci tangan, menjaga jarak, menjauhi kerumunan, mengurangi mobilitas) or in English known as Wear a mask, wash your hands, maintain a safe distance, avoid crowd, and limit mobility. Both are the protective measures against COVID-19.

COVID-19 Vaccine is Safe and Halal

A vaccine that is produced has already gone through a long process and meet these following main requirements:

SAFE
POTENT
STABLE
EFFICIENT
SAFE
POTENT
STABLE
EFFICIENT

Passed the clinical trial and received Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from National Food and Drug Agency of Indonesia

Why Do You Need to Get Vaccinated?

Vaccines will stimulate the formulation of immunity against certain diseases in one's body.

After being vaccinated, the body will recognize and fight against the virus or bactery that infects itself.

Vaccinations do not only break the chain of disease transmission, but also will eliminate or even eradicate the disease.

If one does not get vaccinated, he/she will not be specifically immune to a certain disease.

Vaccines will stimulate the formulation of immunity against certain diseases in one's body.

After being vaccinated, the body will recognize and fight against the virus or bactery that infects itself.

Vaccinations do not only break the chain of disease transmission, but also will eliminate or even eradicate the disease.

If one does not get vaccinated, he/she will not be specifically immune to a certain disease.

Vaccinations are only allowed for those who are physically healthy

Based on the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia No. HK.02.021/I/1727/2021, children aged 12-17 years have been able to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, while still prioritizing vaccinations for health workers, the elderly, public service workers, and other vulnerable community groups.

Based on the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia No. HK.02.021/I/1727/2021, children aged 12-17 years have been able to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, while still prioritizing vaccinations for health workers, the elderly, public service workers, and other vulnerable community groups.

The criteria of individual who is not allowed to get vaccinated are as follows:

People who are illed

Those who are illed are not allowed to undergo a vaccination. The person should recover first before getting vaccinated.

Experiencing commorbidity

People who have certain uncontrolled diseases such as diabetes or hypertension are not recommended to undergo a vaccination. Therefore, before getting vaccinated, everyone needs to have their body temperature checked. Those who experience commorbidity must be in a controlled situation to get vaccination permit from doctors.

Not meeting age requirements

As advised by the government, people who may undergo COVID-19 vaccination are the ones above 18+ years old. Meaning that, those who do not meet the age requirements, such as childrens, are not allowed get vaccinated.

Having medical history of autoimmune diseases
COVID-19 survivors

For COVID-19 survivors, vaccination is postponed for up to three (3) months after being declared recovered

Pregnant women
Is on special medication

A person who is on medication for blood clotting disorders, immune deficiency, and recipients of blood products/transfusions should not be vaccinated

Stages of Vaccinations in Jakarta

Stage 1

The first stage of vaccinations is prioritized for medical workers, assistants of medical workers, supporting workers, as well as students who are undergoing professional medical science study program at Health Services Facilities.

Stage 2

Target of vaccinations stage 2

  1. Public Services Workers
  2. Indonesia National Armed Forces, law enforcement workers, and other public services workers, involving officers in airports/harbors/transportation stations/banks/national electricity company, and regional water corporations
  3. Elderly people (>60 years old)
Stage 3

Civils who are susceptible from geospatial, social, and economic aspects

Stage 4

Civils and other economic actors with cluster approach based on the availability of vaccines

Stage 1

The first stage of vaccinations is prioritized for medical workers, assistants of medical workers, supporting workers, as well as students who are undergoing professional medical science study program at Health Services Facilities.

Stage 2

Target of vaccinations stage 2

  1. Public Services Workers
  2. Indonesia National Armed Forces, law enforcement workers, and other public services workers, involving officers in airports/harbors/transportation stations/banks/national electricity company, and regional water corporations
  3. Elderly people (>60 years old)
Stage 3

Civils who are susceptible from geospatial, social, and economic aspects

Stage 4

Civils and other economic actors with cluster approach based on the availability of vaccines dengan pendekatan kluster sesuai dengan ketersediaan vaksin

Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccines

Side Effects of COVID-19 Vaccines

The side effects that arise may vary. Generally, they are mild, temporary, and do not always exist as they depend on the conditions of the body.

Mild side effects such as fever and muscle aches or rash around injection marks are common but still need to be monitored.

Through complete stages of development and testings, serious side effects can be detected in advance so they could be further evaluated. The benefits of vaccines far outweight the risks of getting sick from being infected if one is not vaccinated.

How if there is no reaction after getting vaccinated?

After getting vaccinated, the receipients of vaccines will get a paper consisting contact information that they can reach out to if they have any complaints regarding their health.

How if there is no reaction after getting vaccinated?

After getting vaccinated, the receipients of vaccines will get a paper consisting contact information that they can reach out to if they have any complaints regarding their health.

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