Good News, Indonesia Arrives 3.4 Million Doses of Pfizer Vaccine Donated by the United States – Indonesia has again received good news regarding the control of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the arrival of donated vaccine doses from friendly countries.

Recently, the United States government donated 3,499,470 doses of vaccine to Pfizer to help accelerate vaccination in Indonesia.

Director General of Information and Public Communication of the Ministry of Communication and Informatics Usman Kansong said the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine in early March was to meet domestic needs.

“We have received almost 3.5 million doses of Pfizer vaccine from the United States Government, which arrived through two stages of arrival,” said Usman.

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A total of 2,300,220 doses of vaccine landed on Friday at 02.00 WIB, which is the arrival of the 204th stage of the vaccine. Then 1,199,250 doses arrived at 15.45 WIB at Soekarno Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, as the arrival of the vaccine phase 205.

The Indonesian government really appreciates the support of the United States Government for the availability of vaccine stocks in the country.

“For this arrival, we thank the United States Government, which has and continues to support efforts to handle the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia,” said Usman. [ANTARA]