Seeing COVID-19 Vaccination For Indonesian Citizens During Ramadan In Los Angeles
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JAKARTA - In a number of countries, COVID-19 cases are experiencing an increasing trend, but this is different from Southern California, United States (US). Even though the number of COVID-19 cases has decreased, efforts to block COVID-19 cases including through vaccination continue to be intensified.

In this situation, it does not mean that people can be careless about the improving situation. In an effort to continue to provide protection and services for Indonesian citizens, the Indonesian Consulate General in Los Angeles is again working with the San Bernardino County government to implement the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccination program.

This COVID-19 vaccination is intended for people/Diaspora and Indonesian students who live in Southern California.

Initially, the first vaccination on April 11 was successfully carried out, now in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan, the second dose of COVID-19 vaccination program is being carried out orderly and smoothly at the same location United Indonesian Seventh-day Adventist Church (UNISDAC), Fontana, San Bernardino County.

Hundreds of Indonesian citizens living in Southern California were recorded to have participated in this activity. With this second dose, two doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccination are complete for all Indonesian citizens who participated since the first vaccination.

"I am grateful that in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan, the COVID-19 vaccination program can run orderly and smoothly. We, as representatives of Indonesia Abroad, will certainly always strive to provide maximum service and protection for Indonesian citizens in the work area of the Indonesian Consulate General in LA, this is a form of the Indonesian Government's commitment to its people abroad in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic," said the Indonesian Consul General, Saud P. Krisnawan, when met at the Covid-19 Vaccination program of the Indonesian Consulate General in Los Angeles in San Bernardino, as quoted from the statement from the Indonesian Consulate General in Los Angeles.

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The Indonesian Consulate General in Los Angeles also opened a Help Desk for Immigration and Consular Services. This aims to disseminate new government policies and answer questions about immigration and consular issues.

This received a positive response and appreciation from the public and the Indonesian Diaspora who attended the event.

Since the COVID-19 vaccine began to be distributed in the United States in mid-December 2020, more than 243 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been given to the public. To date, at least 147 million people, or 44 percent of the United States population have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination on April 11.

Now in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan, the second dose of COVID-19 vaccination program is carried out in an orderly and smooth manner at the same location, United Indonesian Seventh-day Adventist Church (UNISDAC), Fontana, San Bernardino County. Hundreds of Indonesian citizens living in Southern California were recorded to have participated in this activity.

With this second dose, two doses of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccination are complete for all Indonesian citizens who participated since the first vaccination.

"I am grateful that in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan, the COVID-19 vaccination program can run orderly and smoothly. We, as representatives of Indonesia abroad, will certainly always strive to provide maximum service and protection for Indonesian citizens in the work area of the Indonesian Consulate General in LA, this is a form of the commitment of the Indonesian government to its people abroad amid the COVID-19 pandemic, " said the Indonesian Consul General, Saud P. Krisnawan, when he was met at the COVID-19 Vaccination program at the Indonesian Consulate General in Los Angeles in San Bernardino.

On this occasion, the Indonesian Consulate General in Los Angeles also opened a Help Desk for Immigration and Consular Services. This aims to disseminate new Government policies and answer questions about immigration and consular issues. This received a positive response and appreciation from the public and Indonesian diaspora who attended the event.

Since the COVID-19 vaccine began to be distributed in the United States in mid-December 2020, more than 243 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been given to the public. To date, at least 147 million people, or 44% of the United States population have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination and 96 million have received complete amounts or 29% of the population.


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