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Booster vaccination centers are available at AP II airports
Jakarta - All airports managed by PT Angkasa Pura II starting tomorrow, Monday, August 29, 2022, will enforce the provisions in the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Transportation Number SE 82 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
VP of Corporate Communication AP II Akbar Putra Mardhika said the company together with all airport stakeholders ensured that the implementation of SE Kemenhub Number 82/2022 could run smoothly.
"AP II and stakeholders fully collaborate so that in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, every AP II airport can operate robustly, adapt quickly and move quickly by prioritizing operational leanness. In line with this, AP II airport can operate well in the midst of dynamic regulations during the pandemic. AP II together with stakeholders always try to support airplane passengers to meet travel requirements," said Akbar Putra Mardhika.
Based on SE number 82/2022 which takes effect from August 29, 2022, PPDN or domestic flight passengers aged 18 years and over must have received the third dose of vaccine (booster). For PPDN aged 6-17 years, it is mandatory to have received a second dose of vaccine.
Meanwhile, PPDN with the status of foreign citizens (WNA) originating from overseas travel with the age of 18 years and over must have received a second dose of vaccine. For PPDN with the status of foreigners who come from overseas travel with the age of 6-17 years, they are excluded from the obligation to vaccinate.
As for PPDN under the age of 6 years, they are exempt from vaccination requirements but must travel with a companion who has met the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination.
Akbar Putra Mardhika said that according to SE No. 82/2022, it was also stated that if PPDN with special health conditions or comorbid diseases that prevented them from receiving vaccinations, they were excluded from the vaccination requirements and required to attach a doctor's certificate from a government hospital.
"Every Indonesian citizen who flies on domestic routes is required to use the PeduliLindung application and fulfill the travel requirements according to the SE of the Ministry of Transportation Number 82/2022, among others, must get a booster vaccination for passengers on domestic routes aged 18 years and over, a second dose of vaccination for those aged 6-6 years. 17 years old, and those under 6 years old are exempt from the vaccination requirements.”
AP II airports are still opening booster vaccination centers for airplane passengers. One of the airports that has opened a booster vaccination center is Soekarno-Hatta Airport, which is the largest and busiest airport in Indonesia.
Booster vaccination centers at Soekarno-Hatta Airport are located in Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
AP II airports currently serving commercial flights are Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Tangerang), Kualanamu (Medan), Supadio (Pontianak), Minangkabau (Padang), Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II (Palembang), Sultan Syarif Kasim II (Pekanbaru). , Husein Sastranegara (Bandung), Sultan Iskandar Muda (Banda Aceh), Raja Haji Fisabilillah (Tanjungpinang), Sultan Thaha (Jambi), Depati Amir (Pangkal Pinang), Silangit (North Tapanuli), Kertajati (Majalengka), Banyuwangi (Banyuwangi) , Tjilik Riwut (Palangkaraya), Radin Inten II (Lampung), H.A.S Hanandjoeddin (Tanjung Pandan), Fatmawati Soekarno (Bengkulu), and General Soedirman (Purbalingga).
AP II airports are currently carrying out efforts to prevent the spread of monkeypox (monkeypox).
Soekarno-Hatta Airport has tightened health surveillance of flight crew and passengers arriving from abroad and traveling domestically as an effort to prevent the spread of monkeypox.
This health surveillance is carried out jointly by all cross-sectors at Soekarno-Hatta Airport in coordination with the Class I Port Health Office of Soekarno-Hatta Airport (KKP Ministry of Health) and is supported by PT Angkasa Pura II as the manager of Soekarno-Hatta Airport which provides facilities and infrastructure.
Health surveillance is carried out by visual observation to see if there are symptoms of monkeypox on the crew and passengers of international planes that have just landed at Soekarno-Hatta Airport and domestic departures and arrivals.
The main symptom of Monkeypox is a red skin rash around the face and other limbs and swollen lymph nodes in the area around the neck. In addition, the symptoms that may occur
including body temperature over 38 degrees Celsius, joint and muscle pain, and looking unwell.