Koopsau III Accelerates Vaccination at Frans Kaisiepo Airport

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PAPUADAILY –The Air Force Operations Command (Koopsau) III COVID-19 Task Force continues to intensively carry out vaccinations in various places in the Biak Numfor Regency area. Including at Frans Kaisiepo Airport, Biak.

The Vaccination Rush Program at the Vaccine Center Bandaea Frans Kaisiepo was held for the general public and airplane passengers.

This vaccination activity collaborated with Makoopsau III health workers and the Manuhua Air Force Base Hospital. In total there were two vaccinators and 12 health workers involved.

Colonel Pnb Johnson Henrico Simatupang
Operation Assistant (Asops) Kaskoopsau III as the Chair of the COVID-19 Task Force Koopsau III in his written statement stated that a total of 12,000 people had been vaccinated through the TNI mass vaccination program by Koopsau III.

“This vaccination is in the context of accelerating the handling of the COVID-19 outbreak and the vaccination program for all Indonesian people. Therefore, the Koopsau III COVID-19 Task Force continues to intensively carry out vaccinations in various places in the Biak Numfor area,” said Henrico.

According to him, the vaccination targets are general citizens and airport passengers aged at least 12 years and over.

Henrico also saw that the public’s interest in being vaccinated was quite high. This can be seen since the morning people have visited the airport’s Vaccine Center room. “Today there are 58 who received free COVID-19 vaccines,” he said on Monday (7/19/2021).

The Koopsau III COVID-19 Task Force, said Henrico, in accordance with the command of the top command, will continue to carry out the Vaccination Rush program to the public in all areas of the Koopsau III unit.

There are seven units of Koopsau III plus Makoopsau III carrying out the Vaccination Rush program in areas including Biak, Jayapura, Merauke, Timika, Ambon, Morotai, and Tual.

“There are vaccinations that are independent and some are combined with other dimensions and related agencies,” he added. ***