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Economic Recovery Priorities

The vaccination program may face a number of problems related to, among other things, the management and effectiveness of distribution to reach all communities in the country.

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ENNY SRI HARTATI
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The country’s vaccination program, which will begin early this year, is expected to be able to promote optimism in controlling the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, there is a crucial challenge as the upward trend of new daily cases is continuing. On Jan. 16. there were 14,224 new Covid-19 cases, with a positive case-to-test ratio (positivity rate) of 31.35 percent. This means that the positivity rate is six times the 5 percent standard set by the World Health Organization (WHO).

In Indonesia, the vaccination program may face a number of problems related to, among other things, the management and effectiveness of distribution to reach all communities in the country.

Editor:
Syahnan Rangkuti
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