Communities Invited to Succeed in Booster Vaccination

PEKANBARU (RIAUPOS.CO) – The people of Pekanbaru City are encouraged to succeed in the Covid-19 booster vaccination program. To make this booster vaccination program successful, the Riau Province vaccination mall on Jalan Melur, Sukajadi District is open late into the night.

“We invite the public to be able to complete this booster vaccination. For those who haven’t yet, it is highly recommended to make it a success,” said Head of Commission III DPRD Pekanbaru City Aidil Amri, Tuesday (7/2).

He admitted that currently the Covid-19 case in Pekanbaru has been sloping. However, the public is reminded to remain vigilant against the spread of this virus. “Because from the information also, this vaccine aims to reduce the risk of exposure. And a form of concern from the government so far there is still a vaccination program, free and lawful,” added the Democratic Party politician.

Aidil also reminded the public to continue to implement health protocols (prokes) and take care of each other and reminded them that Pekanbaru would be safe from the spread of Covid-19.

Meanwhile, Head of the Pekanbaru City Health Service Dr. Zaini Rizaldy Saragih said the existence of the vaccination mall was a form of government concern and for the success of government programs.

He said, since it was inaugurated, this vaccination mall service has never been empty of enthusiasts. The target is to serve 100 people a day.

“We can say that this vaccination mall is a collaboration between the Pekanbaru Health Service and the Riau Provincial Health Office. It is routine in nature. The operation is the same as the service at the puskesmas. It’s just that the operation is like a mall. The average puskesmas is finished by 14.00 WIB for vaccine services. “Meanwhile, the vaccination mall services are from morning to night,” said Dr. Zaini.

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In the future, Zaini conveyed again, his party plans to carry out mass vaccinations, and this also requires support from the community.

“We appeal to the public, that Covid-19 is still there. It could attack at any time. So people who haven’t been vaccinated, please finish it while it’s still free,” he asked.(gus)

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