169 Thousand Batam Residents Have Been Vaccinated Against Covid-19
Batam, Batamnews - The number of residents of Batam, Riau Islands who have undergone the Covid-19 vaccination reached 169,036 people or 21.53 percent of the total target, as of Sunday (13/6/2021).
Coinciding with yesterday's holiday, Batam Government vaccinated 6,928 people in a day.
Head of Batam City Health Office (Dinkes), Didi Kusmarjadi said the total target of Batam residents who were vaccinated reached 785,003 people, with the category of Batam residents aged more than 18 years.
"This is the latest data based on a mutual agreement between the provinces," said Didi, Monday (14/6/2021).
As for the second dose, the total number of Batam residents who have been vaccinated has reached 28,148 people or 3.59 percent.
Meanwhile, the stock of vaccines until June 13 reached 47,900 doses, with the total vaccine distributed to Batam reaching 253,100 doses.
The achievement of the Covid-19 vaccination is also supported by the implementation of vaccinations for industrial workers. In a week, from 7-13 June 2021, 23,034 workers in Batam have been vaccinated.
The Mayor of Batam, Muhammad Rudi, said that based on data from the total 23,043 vaccination targets, 6,113 workers have been vaccinated since four days ago.
"In addition, it is still ongoing today. Hopefully, the target of 23,034 participants (laborers in the Batamindo area) for vaccinations for these workers can be implemented," he said.