JAKARTA - The Head of the West Nusa Tenggara Regional Police (Kapolda NTB), Inspector General Mohammad Iqbal, underwent an injection of the COVID-19 vaccine along with forkopimda officials, religious leaders, community leaders and organizational representatives.
After being injected with the vaccine, this three-star general felt that his body felt fit and healthy.
"I feel healthy, refreshed, feel young again like when I was 25 years old," said Inspector General Iqbal at the injection site, the NTB Governor's Office, Mataram as reported by Antara, Thursday, January 14.
Iqbal also appealed to the public, who would later get a turn for the injection of the COVID-19 vaccine, so they don't have to worry about the health impacts.
Even by participating in implementing vaccines, said the former Head of Public Relations at the National Police Headquarters, the community has helped the government become the country's savior from the threat of COVID-19 transmission.
"So the public does not need to worry, for example me and Mr. Danrem 162 / Wira Bhakti, we have, and are healthy, fresh, Alhamdulillah," he said.
The injection of the COVID-19 vaccine which took place at the NTB Governor's Office was the government's effort to convince the public that vaccination was safe and did not have a bad impact on health.
NTB Governor Dr Zulkieflimansyah along with his wife and children and NTB Deputy Governor Sitti Rohmi Djalillah and their husband also participated in the injection.
It also appears that the former Governor of NTB for the two periods of TGH Muhammad Zainul Majdi as a religious and community leader was also present and vaccinated with NTB Forkopimda officials.
The COVID-19 vaccine that was injected into regional officials came from 28,760 dose bottles sent by the central government to NTB for the first phase.
At the district / city level, the Municipal Government of Mataram and West Lombok Regency on Wednesday, January 13, became the first regions to receive the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
For the City of Mataram, a quota of 7,000 COVID-19 vaccines is allocated. Meanwhile, West Lombok Regency has a total of 4,080 COVID-19 vaccines.
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