Collaborating with Karet Semanggi Village, WIKA Realty Holds Vaccines at Tamansari Semanggi Apartment

Monday, 09 August 2021

Jakarta, 9 August 2021 - Supporting the Government of Indonesia's program in dealing with COVID-19, PT Wijaya Karya Realty (“WIKA Realty”) carries out vaccination activity in collaboration with Karet Semanggi Village. This activity is located in Vaccination Center at the residential area of ??Tamansari Semanggi Apartment, Jakarta from  9 - 11 August 2021 with service times from 16.00 - 17.30 WIB and 18.30 - 21.00 WIB.

 

The provision of this vaccination involves doctors and health workers from the Cakra Medika Clinic and targets to provide free vaccinations to residents of Karet Semanggi and Tamansari Semanggi Apartments, as well as other surrounding communities. To participate in this activity, vaccination participants are required to bring a photocopy of their Identity Card (“KTP”) and fill out the form provided at the vaccination center. Then, a health condition screening will be carried out by the health workers on duty.

 

Setia Budi Subdistrict Secretary, Putut Puji Linangkung, S.STP, MA and the Head of Karet Semanggi Village, Ahmad Yani, and his staff are also present at the opening of the vaccination activity. The village and sub-district hope that the collaboration between the vaccination center with WIKA Realty is one of the efforts to facilitate the community, especially kelurahan residents and apartment residents, to get free vaccinations. Trying to accommodate vaccine participants who are active from morning to noon, this event became the first vaccination center to provide vaccinations at night.

 

Wijanarko Yuwono, as Corporate Secretary of WIKA Realty added that the implementation of this vaccination was carried out as one of the Company's CSR programs that support Indonesia's recovery from the Corona virus, "as part of the SOE family, WIKA Realty supports the Vaccination program by the Ministry of SOEs and the Government to accelerate national vaccination. We also carry out this activity as a form of our concern for public health to be protected from the corona virus.”