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  • #16
    Originally posted by hawk1024 View Post
    (a) ...You want to take away my chocolate too?

    (b) ...you think it's ok to sacrifice a few..people lives...(whose lives you find expendable)...

    (a) As I said , all information is in the internet , very easy for you to get your "chocolate" .

    (b) I never said that . Let me say it in other words : if we don't vaccinate around 80% of the population , you are more probable to die due to the coronavirus (suposing you refuse the vaccine) than due to the vaccine (supposing you get vaccinated) .

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    • #17
      So , in response to the Bloomberg's article (see below) stating the "unusual" Indonesian Government's move , here is how it is not "unusual" at all .


      From https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/01/can-...aboolainternal (01 April 2021)
      Title : Here’s how you can be forced to get the Covid vaccine in the U.S.
      By : CNBC
      [...30% of U.S. adults still don’t want to get the Covid vaccine. But many of them may not have much of a choice.
      Both states and cities can mandate vaccines based on their legislative authority, and employers also have the right to require inoculation as a health and safety work rule.]


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      From https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...?sref=yLCixKPR (18 Feb 2021)
      Title : Indonesia to Punish Those Who Refuse to Take Covid-19 Vaccine
      By : By Arys Aditya and Claire Jiao

      [... The government can punish those who refuse the vaccine by stopping or delaying social assistance programs and administrative services as well as impose fines, according to a revised presidential rule. The actual form of the sanctions are left to local governments to decide. Making the Covid-19 vaccine compulsory is an unusual move amid widespread hesitance toward the shots that were rushed in its development...]

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      • #18
        [... The government can punish those who refuse the vaccine by stopping or delaying social assistance programs and administrative services as well as impose fines, according to a revised presidential rule. The actual form of the sanctions are left to local governments to decide. Making the Covid-19 vaccine compulsory is an unusual move amid widespread hesitance toward the shots that were rushed in its development...]

        So that could mean that if you are a 60+ years old expat living here on a ktitap kawin, your kitap may not be extended if you cannot show proof that you have been vaccinated?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by RobertBali View Post
          So that could mean that if you are a 60+ years old expat... your kitap may not be extended if you cannot show proof that you have been vaccinated?

          Well , I think that the Regulation allows Immigration to do that , IF resident foreigners are later considered "target recipients" . Just now , it is not the case , and I think it will not happen if at the end of the Indonesian vaccination program , at least around 70% of the people are vaccinated .

          Otherwise , the Government has already the approved rule to "pressure" more people to get the vaccine in order to reach "herd immunity" in Indonesia .


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          PP no.14 TAHUN 2O2I (09 Feb 2021)
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          Article 13A
          (1) The Ministry of Health shall collect data and determine the target recipients of the COVID-19 vaccine
          (2) Every person who has been designated as a target recipient of the COVID-19 vaccine based on the data set as referred to in paragraph (1) is obliged to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination.

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          • #20
            Thanks for sharing

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