BTS Army In Indonesia Organises Covid-19 Vaccination Programme That Benefits Over 10,000 People
Just like our country, Indonesia was one of the worst countries that have been hit hard by Covid-19, but on the flip side the country has been ramping up its vaccination drive just like Malaysia. But with the situation not getting any better, Indonesian citizens have been volunteering to help the effort to reach herd immunity.
According to CNN Indonesia, the BTS Army (Senyum Indonesia) have also joined in the efforts by organising a Covid-19 vaccination programme that would help over 10,000 people in the Republic! The programme apparently started on 31 July while being held at the Jakarta Convention Center. It is free for all Indonesians aged 12 and above, and thankfully thousands of Sinovac vaccine doses were procured from the Indonesian government for the programme.
“Senyum Army fully supports the vaccination effort of the Indonesian government. We will help to make the vaccination drive be more accessible to all citizens so that all BTS Army alongside their families and friends can be protected during this pandemic,” spokesperson from the Senyum Army said.
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For Indonesian citizens, all they have to do is bring along their national ID card or family ID cards during the vaccination programme. However, those aged 12 to 17 will need one family member accompany them for the vaccination. If you’re standing by and waiting for your turn or your family member, the Senyum Army installed an art exhibition called ‘Stay Gold is for The Vaccination’ which is inspired by the BTS music video titled ‘Stay Gold’.
Looks like everything is smooth like Butter!