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Foreigners in Indonesia’s Jakarta are finding it harder to get Covid-19 vaccines than in Bali

Isabella was left perplexed when her appointment for a free dose of the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine was suddenly cancelled last week. The Argentine national, who has been living in Indonesia for 15 years, was told there was now a charge for foreigners looking to get vaccinated.“They suddenly said [Jakarta’s health agency] was pushing all hospitals to push foreigners to use the ‘gotong royong’,” she said, referring to the paid vaccination scheme under which Indonesia offers two doses of China’s…

Read the original article at South China Morning Post

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