Health personnel of the TNI Pamtas Task Force Yonif 403 ,Vaccinated Phase Three

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PAPUADAILY –TNI health personnel from the Indonesian Pamtas Task Force-PNG Mechanized Infantry Yonif 403/Wirasada Pratista administered the third stage of the vaccine injection at the Keerom Health Office in Wor Village, Arso District, Keerom Regency, Papua.

The Commander of the Task Force (Dansatgas) Mechanized Infantry Yonif 403/Wirasada Pratista Lt. Col. Inf Ade Pribadi Siregar in a statement received, Tuesday (16/11/2021) revealed that the third stage of vaccination activity for the Moderna type was intended for paramedics or health workers in charge of carrying out vaccinations to the public and the community employees in other government agencies.

In this activity the Pamtas Task Force Doctor, Mechanical Infantry Yonif 403/Wirasada Pratista Lettu Ckm dr. Kristia Yudha Bayu M has consulted and coordinated with the Keerom District Health Office so that every personnel of the Pamtas Pamtas Mechanized Infantry Yonif 403/Wirasada Pratista health personnel can participate in the third phase of Moderna vaccine injection.

The Dansatgas hopes that the third stage of vaccination can increase the endurance of the TNI Task Force health workers so that they can continue to contribute to supporting the Government’s program to implement the vaccination program in the RI-PNG border area.

“Hopefully all elements of government, both TNI-Polri, and government health agencies can always synergize for the success of this COVID-19 vaccination program activity towards a corona virus-free Indonesia,” added the Dansatgas. Quoted Antara.

Separately, the Doctor of the Pamtas Task Force for the Mechanical Infantry Yonif 403/Wirasada Pratista Lettu Ckm dr. Kristia Yudha Bayu M said that her health team in every ranks of the 403/Wirasada Pratista Pamtas Task Force Post supports the program from the government by participating in the success and overseeing the COVID-19 vaccination process, especially in the Keerom Regency and the Pegunungan Bintang Regency.

“Hopefully, by carrying out the third stage of the Moderna vaccination, it can reduce the symptoms of COVID-19 and strengthen the immunity and immunity of the medical staff or health workers on duty,” he said.

In addition, it is not easy to contract or transmit Covid-19, especially in the TNI Task Force environment who mingles with the community.

“Protecting the condition of our bodies and the community will of course also have an impact on the implementation of our duties so that we can be more optimal in helping difficulties and maintaining public health in border areas,” said Bayu.***