(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) Indonesian people are actively vaccinating against the new crown for returning home for Eid al-Fitr

  China News Agency, Jakarta, April 6 (Reporter Lin Yongchuan) In order to successfully return to their hometown for Eid al-Fitr early next month, people from all over Indonesia have been actively visiting nearby vaccination sites to get vaccinated against the new crown.

  For the first time in three years, the Indonesian government has allowed the country's people to return home to celebrate Hari Raya "conditionally", and the "condition" is that they must be vaccinated against the new crown.

  The government of the country stipulates that people who have been vaccinated with three doses of the new crown vaccine can return to their hometown for the holiday with their health code. People who have received two doses of the vaccine must provide a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours before departure or a negative antigen test certificate within 24 hours. Only vaccination People with one dose of the vaccine must provide a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours before departure before returning to their hometown for the festival.

  A number of government departments, institutions, religious groups, and social organizations in the country have set up temporary vaccination points at airports, stations, wharfs, mosques, and iftar food markets across the country, so that people can get vaccinated nearby.

In order to successfully return to their hometowns to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, people from all over the world went to get vaccinated.

  According to data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health, as of the 5th, nearly 197 million people in the country have been vaccinated against the new crown vaccine, of which more than 160 million have completed two doses and nearly 24.05 million have received a third booster dose.

In the past few days, the number of people receiving the third dose of the vaccine has increased significantly.

  Previously, the Indonesian Ministry of Transport estimated that more than 100 million people in the country will return to their hometowns for the festival during the Eid al-Fitr festival in early May this year.

  At present, the epidemic situation in Indonesia is continuing to ease.

According to official reports, the country added 2,282 new confirmed cases of the new crown on the 5th, with a total of 6,023,924 confirmed cases; 72 new deaths from the new crown, and a total of 155,421 deaths.

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