Supporting Acceleration of National Vaccination, Brantas Abipraya Holds Free COVID-19 Vaccine

23 July 2021

Jakarta, 23 July 2021 - The COVID-19 pandemic has not ended, the Government continues to make various efforts to suppress the rate of transmission of this virus. In order to support the national vaccination acceleration program towards a healthy Indonesia, PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) which is one of the state-owned construction companies held free vaccination activities for the community around the Brantas Abipraya head office, including the family of Abipraya Insan, vendors and project workers in the area. Jabodetabek. The vaccination program was held for two days from 23-24 July, with a target of 1,500 people receiving the vaccine.

"We focus on national infrastructure personnel, as a state-owned company we are of course also very serious about social aspects. We also carry out this CSR activity as proof of our concern for the health of the surrounding community, "said Sugeng Rochadi as President Director of Brantas Abipraya.

Sugeng added, not only the free vaccine program, previously Brantas Abipraya had also made other efforts to maintain health and avoid COVID-19. This is by providing services for influenza vaccines, pneumonia vaccines and vitamin c injections. All of this is given so that Abipraya people can stay fit and fit so that they are always calm while on the move and stay productive during this pandemic.

Meanwhile, in this two-day vaccination activity, Brantas Abipraya is not alone. This state-owned construction company, which is known as an expert company in dam construction, collaborates with Waskita Karya and Cipinang Cempedak Village. He said, anyone who was in good health, survivors counted for more than 100 days were declared negative and were at least 12 years old. By including KTP and KK for children under the age of 17 years, vaccine participants will be given the Sinovac Vaccine.

In its implementation, Brantas Abipraya also deployed a COVID-19 Task Force (Satgas) team to help direct and discipline participants during the activity. The 5M health protocols are wearing masks properly, washing hands with soap as often as possible, maintaining a minimum distance of 1 meter, limiting mobility and staying away from crowds.

Sugeng hopes that this activity will not stop here, hopefully this vaccination program can spur other industrial sectors, both private and government, to hold similar actions at other locations in an effort to increase awareness of the health of the Indonesian people.

"I would like to thank the Cipinang Cempedak and Waskita Villages who have collaborated to realize the acceleration of this national vaccination program, as well as to the community and the extended family of Insan Abipraya who participated in this vaccination activity. Hopefully vaccination activities like this will be a new hope for all of us in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic," concluded Sugeng.