goodmorningpapua.com – This 2021 Christmas moment is used by medical personnel in Papua to hold a Covid-19 vaccination. Various ways were conducted to accelerate the Covid-19 mass vaccination program in the Papua region.
As carried out the vaccinators of the Deiyai Police, the Papuan Police visited one by one the traders at the Waghete Market on Thursday, December 23, 2021.
This door-to-door vaccination is carried out so that vaccination is distributed evenly to the community. Interestingly, the vaccinators wear Santa hats when vaccinating.
Santa Claus or Santa Claus by Christians is told as a person who dresses up in red and white clothes, wears a red hat, and wears glasses and a white beard.
Santa likes to give gifts to kids who behave well on Christmas Day.
This is done as an effort to get closer to the vaccine recipient community, especially before the celebration of Christmas Day.
The vaccinations given are doses 1 and 2, all traders who get vaccine injections appreciate this program. One of them was Norman, a merchant who had wanted to be vaccinated for a long time.
“I am very grateful, I have wanted a vaccine for a long time but haven’t been able to get it. Having this vaccination is very helpful,” said Norman.
In this unique program, as many as 20 traders participated in the Covid-19 vaccination. Vaccination by going to residents one by one is carried out to accelerate the achievement of the national vaccination target.
Meanwhile, another obstacle in the implementation of vaccination in the Central Highlands of Papua, because the indigenous people over there still do not dare to be injected with the vaccine.