Second Day of Child Vaccination, Targets SMA N 1 Singaraja


 Second Day of Child Vaccination, Targeting SMA N 1 Singaraja In continuing the implementation of vaccination in Buleleng Regency, the Buleleng Regency Government vaccinated children aged 12-17 years. This is following the policy of the Central Government to carry out vaccinations for children aged 12-17 years. Child vaccination has been implemented since yesterday targeting SMP N 1 Singaraja. This was stated by the Regional Secretary of Buleleng Regency, Drs. Gede Suyasa, M.Pd while reviewing the implementation of vaccination at SMA N 1 Singaraja on Tuesday,

Furthermore, the Regional Secretary, Suyasa explained, in the implementation of vaccination for 12-17-year-olds, from yesterday and today targeting SMA N 1 Singaraja with a vaccination target of 500 students per day as long as the child passes the screening.

In addition, Gede Suyasa emphasized that in the future, in the implementation of vaccinations at the junior/high school level in Buleleng Regency, all school principals should conduct mappings, who will coordinate with their respective Puskesmas to arrange a schedule for school readiness to vaccinate.

Meanwhile, the Principal of SMA N 1 Singaraja, Made Sri Astiti when met at the same place said, in the implementation of vaccination at SMA N 1 Singaraja, which is planned to be carried out for 2 days, starting today until tomorrow which is divided into 2 sessions. The first session starts from 08.00 until 10.30 WITA, the second session from 10.30 until finished. "From the target of SMA N 1 Singaraja students as many as 1,103 students, today we are targeting approximately 500 students who have passed the screening and can be vaccinated, the rest will be done tomorrow," he said.

Furthermore, Principal Sri Astiti hopes for complete vaccination and schools in Buleleng Regency to immediately prepare themselves to vaccinate their students, so that in the future students who have been vaccinated are healthy, safe, and can attend lessons well.

The synergy between the TNI-Polri and Traditional Villages, the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force Supervises and Promotes the Implementation of Emergency PPKM The efforts of the Buleleng Regency Government (Pemkab) in suppressing the spread of Covid-19 continue to be carried out thoroughly, in synergy with the TNI-Polri and Traditional Villages. Since the implementation of the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM Saturday, July 3 to July 20, 2021, socialization efforts and strict supervision in the implementation of the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM have also been continuously carried out by the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force. This was conveyed by the Coordinator for the Data and Information Sector of the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force, Ketut Suwarmawan, S.STP, M.M., when conveying the development of the Covid-19 data update in his office, Sunday (4/7).

Furthermore, Ketut Suwarmawan, who is also the Head of Kominfosanti Buleleng, said that the implementation of the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM before it was inaugurated last Saturday had carried out socialization to villages to urban areas by the Kominfosanti Office so that the public would understand and know the things that can and cannot be done. done.

"The Mobile Broadcasting Car continues to carry out socialization even into the evening, the goal is that the message conveyed in the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM can be conveyed to the wider community. This morning also at Catus Pata Singaraja near Buleleng Market, the team carried out socialization in synergy with the TNI-Polri and the Traditional Village. Even the Buleleng Traditional Village is assisted by 1 unit of firefighters to spray Eco Enzyme to purify the air around Catus Pata," he said.

In addition to socialization, Kadis Suwarmawan conveyed that supervision and enforcement of health care discipline were carried out in synergy with the TNI-Polri, Satpol PP, Dishub Buleleng. "Implementation of the implementation of the Emergency PPKM has deployed the Yustisi Team to appeal to traders regarding operating hours limits and monitoring community activities that have the potential to cause crowds," he explained.

Kadis Suwarmawan added that the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force will continue to run the scheduled vaccination program in villages throughout the working area of ​​the Puskesmas in the Buleleng Regency. “The vaccination program, which is the central program to achieve the target of 70% of the population being vaccinated sustainably, continues to be carried out. This is one of the best ways to ward off Covid-19 by forming a "Herd Immunity" or community immunity. Hopefully, with all the government's efforts and the active role of the community, this pandemic will end soon," he hoped.

Regarding the release of the Covid-19 handling development today, 13 people recovered quite significantly from Gerokgak District, 6 people, Sukasada and Sawan subdistricts, 2 people each, and 1 person each from Tejakula subdistrict, Mrs. 

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The synergy between the TNI-Polri and Traditional Villages, the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force Supervises and Promotes the Implementation of Emergency PPKM The efforts of the Buleleng Regency Government (Pemkab) in suppressing the spread of Covid-19 continue to be carried out thoroughly, in synergy with the TNI-Polri and Traditional Villages. Since the implementation of the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM Saturday, July 3 to July 20, 2021, socialization efforts and strict supervision in the implementation of the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM have also been continuously carried out by the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force. This was conveyed by the Coordinator for the Data and Information Sector of the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force, Ketut Suwarmawan, S.STP, M.M., when conveying the development of the Covid-19 data update in his office, Sunday (4/7).

Furthermore, Ketut Suwarmawan, who is also the Head of Kominfosanti Buleleng, said that the implementation of the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM before it was inaugurated last Saturday had carried out socialization to villages to urban areas by the Kominfosanti Office so that the public would understand and know the things that can and cannot be done. done.

"The Mobile Broadcasting Car continues to carry out socialization even into the evening, the goal is that the message conveyed in the Covid-19 Emergency PPKM can be conveyed to the wider community. This morning also at Catus Pata Singaraja near Buleleng Market, the team carried out socialization in synergy with the TNI-Polri and the Traditional Village. Even the Buleleng Traditional Village is assisted by 1 unit of firefighters to spray Eco Enzyme to purify the air around Catus Pata," he said.

In addition to socialization, Kadis Suwarmawan conveyed that supervision and enforcement of health care discipline were carried out in synergy with the TNI-Polri, Satpol PP, Dishub Buleleng. "Implementation of the implementation of the Emergency PPKM has deployed the Yustisi Team to appeal to traders regarding operating hours limits and monitoring community activities that have the potential to cause crowds," he explained.

Kadis Suwarmawan added that the Buleleng Covid-19 Task Force will continue to run the scheduled vaccination program in villages throughout the working area of ​​the Puskesmas in the Buleleng Regency. “The vaccination program, which is the central program to achieve the target of 70% of the population being vaccinated sustainably, continues to be carried out. This is one of the best ways to ward off Covid-19 by forming a "Herd Immunity" or community immunity. Hopefully, with all the government's efforts and the active role of the community, this pandemic will end soon," he hoped.

Regarding the release of Covid-19 handling developments today, 13 people recovered quite significantly from Gerokgak District, 6 people, Sukasada and Sawan subdistricts 2 each, and 1 person each from Tejakula, Busungbiu, and Seririt subdistricts. Meanwhile, there were thirty new confirmed cases, dominated by 12 people from Buleleng District, 10 people from Banjar District, 4 people from Gerokgak District, 2 people from Sukasada District, and 1 person each from Sawan and Seririt Districts. In addition, the death case increased by 1 person from the Bugis Village Village.

"The patient died, a 71-year-old man with symptoms of cough, difficulty breathing, comorbid pulmonary disorders, pneumonia and was declared dead on July 4, 2021," he explained.

Cumulatively, according to Kadis Suwarmawan, there were 4,327 confirmed cases, 3,970 people recovered, 189 people died, and 168 people were being treated. Meanwhile, cumulative suspected cases were 5,082 people, cumulative close contacts were 21,741 people, non-suspect confirmed cases/close contacts were 262 people, and confirmed traveler cases were 2 people.

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