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60% of E-Java Prison prisoners received their first COVID shot

Vaccinations for prisoners reach 100% in some correctional facilities and 50% in other correctional facilities.

Surabaya, Java (ANTARA)-Nearly 60% of the 28,000 prisoners in correctional facilities in East Java received their first injection of the COVID-19 vaccine, local officials said.

“Vaccination of prisoners has reached 100% in some correctional facilities and 50% in other correctional facilities,” said Chrismono, director of the East Java Ministry of Human Rights, socially supporting residents of the Kepti region. Said while handing over. , Surabaya on Tuesday.

He said the first vaccination to the prisoner was not yet complete due to the prisoners still waiting for their turn and the limited stock of vaccines.

“Vaccination of prisoners is still in progress,” he added.

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In addition to vaccination of prisoners, the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights provided basic necessities to residents of seven regions of Surabaya, the capital of East Java.

“The second phase provided 500 packages of basic necessities to residents of the seven regions of Surabaya, including Gayungan, Ketintan, Menangal, Dukmenangal, Karikepiting, Tambakwedi and Kepti,” said Chrismono. ..

He added that this support aims to reduce the financial burden on the affected populations exposed to COVID-19.

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