After temporarily closing the vaccination service for the general public at the Provincial DPRD Wantilan and the Nari Graha Building due to crowds during the vaccination process, as of July 19, 2021, the vaccination service will reopen with the application of online vaccination registration. This was conveyed by the Regional Secretary of the Province of Bali, Dewa Made Indra on the sidelines of his visit to monitor the implementation of vaccinations for high school / vocational students at SMKN 1 Denpasar, Friday (16/7).
Furthermore, Sekda Dewa Indra said that the government continues to make efforts to accelerate the implementation of vaccinations for both the general public and students. To accommodate the high public interest in getting vaccines and to avoid crowds, the Bali Provincial Government has launched the SpeedID online application. This application will help the public for the vaccination registration process where the public can choose a visit schedule and come according to the visiting hours listed in the ticket.
“This application is very simple, easy and friendly, people who will be vaccinated just download the SpeedID application and follow the steps. With this application, people don’t have to queue for long, let alone come at dawn to look for the queue number. This application not only makes it easier for the public to register D-3 or D-7 from the desired schedule, even from the digital ticket obtained it will also include the day, hour and even minutes of arrival, all delivered in detail so that time will be more efficient and there will be no long queues. and the crowd,” he added.
Dewa Indra emphasized that people who will take part in vaccinations must obey and arrive on time according to what has been determined in the SpeedID application ticket to prevent crowds and continue to apply the Covid-19 procedure. He added that the vaccination target is expected to be carried out by approximately 300 people per day, both at the Wantilan DPRD and the Nari Graha Building.
Regarding the review at SMKN 1 Denpasar, the Regional Secretary, Dewa Indra, who is also the Daily Chair of the Bali Province Covid-19 Handling Task Force, asked the school to ensure that the vaccination was carried out with the implementation of strict health protocols. Sekda Dewa Indra also reminded students to continue to apply health protocols in a disciplined manner even though they have received vaccinations.
In response to this, the Head of SMKN 1 Denpasar I Ketut Suparsa, ST, MT. conveyed that the implementation of vaccination for 2500 students had been arranged into 3 batches of vaccine implementation. Likewise, during the implementation, his party has arranged the course of vaccination from the registration process, screening to observation very well so as not to cause crowds. The students also participated in vaccination activities in a very orderly manner with the implementation of strict procedures.(BTN/ery)