Tribratanews.polri.go.id - Jakarta. Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police said that the stock of vaccines for Jakarta residents had no obstacles or scarcity. This is because the stock of vaccines for the citizens of Jakarta itself is said to be a priority scale.
This was explained by the Head of Public Relations of Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police, Pol. Grand Comissioner Yusri Yunus. Greater Jakarta Metro. Regional Police's Head of Public Relations said that the stock of vaccines continued to arrive to be given to Jakarta residents.
"(The stock of vaccines) we can't say how much, but it keeps coming according to what we have," he explained.
The Head of Public Relations said that currently the vaccine stock still relies on the stock from the Jakarta Metropolitan Government.
"Praise to the Lord, whatever our request here is for the people of Jakarta, first the vaccine stock from the province is still there. Then if there is a shortage, we will coordinate with the Ministry of Health," he explained.
Furthermore, the Head of Public Relations said that vaccines for Jakarta residents were a priority. This means that the shortage of vaccine stocks will likely not be felt for Jakarta residents.
"And we usually keep this as a priority for Jakarta," he concluded.
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