Astragraphia Supports Covid-19 Vaccination for the Elderly by Providing Document Solution Facilities and Infrastructure

Early in 2021, the government started the Covid-19 vaccination program and set this program to be a national movement, no longer a government program. This is an implementation of the Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No. 99 of 2020 concerning Vaccines Procurement and Implementation of Vaccinations in the Context of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic.

Based on existing data and information, currently, with a target of 200 thousand vaccinations per day throughout Indonesia, many stakeholders and other parties also support the procurement and implementation of vaccination movements ranging from government, companies, community organizations to school alumni groups. One of them is the Serviam Vaccination Center in collaboration with Astragraphia.

Photo caption: One of the officers is printing a label on a multi-function device provided by Astragraphia.

As a company engaged in Printing and Digital Services, Astragraphia is moved to be able to provide its support in accordance with the company's capabilities in this vaccination movement. Astragraphia contributed by providing facilities for 7 (seven) multifunctional devices along with consumables and paper for free.
This facility can be used by admin officers, team doctors, and vaccine participants. Document solutions are needed, among others, to make photocopies of ID cards, print forms and labels, as well as other documentary needs that can be done quickly so that the administrative process becomes much more efficient and helps the committee and elderly vaccination participants.

 

The Vaccination Movement will be held for 3 months, starting from March 20, 2021 to June 10, 2021. The event is located at Jl. North Banteng Field No. 10, Central Jakarta. Vaccination is open to the public, registration information can be accessed at: http://www.vaksinasiserviam.com/registrasi2.php

Currently the Covid-19 vaccination program in Indonesia has entered its second phase, which is aimed at elderly citizens (seniors) over 60 years of age and public workers. For the elderly, there are several things that need to be considered before receiving the Covid-19 vaccine, especially from a health perspective. Based on official information from the Ministry of Health, the elderly group of vaccines is given as many as two doses at 28 days intervals. The vaccine itself is basically a virus that has been weakened or killed, with the hope that the killed virus will build immunity in the body.

Every day around 500 elderly people are targeted to receive vaccines, and hopefully this effort will help boost their immunity so they can avoid the Covid-19 virus.

In general, the following are the elderly who will receive the vaccine must meet the following requirements:
1. Elderly in good health, no cough / cold / fever / shortness of breath in the last seven days.
2. The elderly are Covid-19 survivors for more than three months (for those who have been infected).
3. The elderly are not suffering from heart disease. / liver / kidney chronic or perform dialysis procedures
4. The elderly are not in the process of treating cancer / blood clotting disorders / treatment of immune deficiency / are having blood transfusions.
5. Elderly who have a history of epilepsy / diabetes mellitus / HIV / lung disease (asthma, COPD) must be under control.
6. Did not receive any other vaccinations within the last month.

Astragraphia hopes that the contribution made by Astragraphia can truly support this Vaccination Movement and Astragraphia also invites all levels of society who have elderly family members to immediately carry out vaccinations as an effort to prevent the transmission of the Covid-19 virus.

Source: lifestyle.kompas.com; health.detik.com; health.kontan.co.id; liputan6.com