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The Covid-19 pandemic is currently nearing the endemic phase, but to reach that point, we still have to ensure that all of us are vaccinated, if possible, up to the third dosage. Our company continuously supports this goal for the national level, and so we have held another vaccination program and this time in collaboration with the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI).

From March 29th – 30th, 2022, the vaccination program was held at PMI’s headquarter in the District of Soreang, Bandung, West Java. Just as the previous program that was held on our Plaza Oleos head office, we targeted a large number of participants which includes the local residents near the area. We gave 1st, 2nd, and 3rd doses of vaccines that are provided by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson.

This vaccination activity that is held by our company in Bandung is intended for citizens of all age groups (children, adults, and elderly) and it runs with a strict health protocol. Vaccination participants are required to wear masks and do social distancing with fellow participants while at the vaccination location in Bandung’s PMI base.

The volunteers from PMI were present at the program to inspect the activity and make sure things run smoothly. Also attending was our Chief Operations Officer, ST Wisnu Kumarajati. Regarding this program, Wisnu had this to say:

“This vaccination activity is our form of responsibility as an inseparable part of society towards the economic recovery in Indonesia. This vaccination activity was participated by 1,000 people and intended for citizens who requires first, second, as well as third doses (booster) of vaccinations with vaccines that are produced by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. In this activity, we collaborate with the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) who are consistently involved in the countermeasure efforts of theCovid-19 pandemic. Previously, we have also collaborated with PMI in donation programs for humanitarian actions wherein the donors could proceed their contribution by using QRIS.”

H. Achmad Kustijadi (Head of PMI Bandung) also gave this testimony:

“The support of a private sector is important when considering that this is proof of several parties’ involvement in decreasing the spread of Covid-19, as well as a form of support for the government’s effort in accelerating the economic growth. We hope that this collaboration with Home Credit can broaden into other regions in Indonesia that has not yet receive support from other parties so that they may also be quickly supported in decreasing the level of Covid-19 spreading in Indonesia. We also hope that vaccinations can be more evenly distributed so that the acceleration of the plans to change this pandemic to an endemic can go smoothly.”

We truly hope that this activity will push the distribution of Covid-19 vaccine much further.

Want to watch the vaccination program recap? Check out the video below!