IMI Kalsel Holds Mass Covid-19 Vaccination Targeting 1.000 Participants

Banjarbaru – The South Kalimantan Indonesian Motor Association (IMI Kalsel) Wednesday (16/6/2021) held a mass vaccination social activity which will be held at the Secretariat of IMI South Kalimantan, Jalan Mistar Cokrokusumo No. 14 Sungai Besar, Banjarbaru City.

“We hold a mass Covid-19 vaccination activity at the IMI South Kalimantan Secretariat, with a target of 1,000 participants,” said the Head of the IMI South Kalimantan Daily.

Kombes Pol. Widi, who is also the Director of Binmas of the South Kalimantan Police, said it intended the vaccination activity in collaboration with the Ditbinmas of the South Kalimantan Police to assist the Indonesian government in dealing with the Covid-19 problem.

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“Covid-19 vaccination aims to create herd immunity so that people become more productive in carrying out their daily activities,” he explained.

This energetic key official of the South Kalimantan Regional Police emphasized he was proud and enthusiastic to be trusted to be a part of the South Kalimantan IMI.

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“IMI South Kalimantan must be more advanced, have more achievements, increase activities, be more orderly in the administration of its membership and continue to strengthen the ties of friendship,” he hoped.

Widi said, several activities of the South Kalimantan IMI were prepared, for example, to welcome Bhayangkara’s anniversary, road races, rally tours, social services, etc.

“IMI South Kalimantan with strict procedures continues to move, encouraging the improvement of its athletes’ achievements,” he said.

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Even during the pandemic, with strict procedures, several events to support the South Kalimantan tourism sector are ready to be held.

“With the rise of events, it impacts the economy as a multiplier effect from tourism on the economy in South Kalimantan,” he said accompanied by the chairperson of IMI South Kalimantan H Eddy Sudarmadi.

writer: Anang Fadhilah