09 April 2021

ELNUSA Participates in the Covid-19 Vaccination Program

Jakarta, April 9, 2021 - PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) and the Group which is part of PT Pertamina (Persero) run vaccinations for workers at the Covid-19 vaccination center located at Tennis Indoor & Istora Senayan starts March 23, 2021 and is still running until now. 

The Ministry of BUMN through Pertamina and all of its children are participating in the vaccination program at the COVID-19 Vaccination Center. The COVID-19 Vaccination Center is the result of a collaboration between the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN), the Ministry of Health, the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta, and the Indonesia Healthcare Corporation (IHC) as the holding of BUMN Health.

Manager of Corporate Communications, Rifqi Budi Prasetyo said, "As a form of Elnusa's support in the success of the vaccination, we have made a massive approach and outreach to all workers before vaccination begins. Among them, starting January 2021, Elnusa regularly issues awareness information through internal communication media channels regarding vaccinations. Not only that, Elnusa also held online sharing sessions independently with the theme Covid-19 Vaccination in Supporting & Improving Protection for Workers & Families. In addition, Elnusa also facilitates workers to join through the vaccination socialization activities organized by Pertamina (Persero) and Subholding Upstream Pertamina. "

Rifqi added" Until now, 619 Elnusa Group workers have been vaccinated, with details of the first stage as many as 616 people and the second stage 3. people (data as of 08/04) and it will continue gradually. "

We thank and greatly appreciate Pertamina as the parent company for Elnusa's participation in the Ministry of BUMN's vaccination program which has been and is still running well to date. We are sure that one of these initiatives aims to protect workers by breaking the chain of transmission of COVID-19 in Pertamina's environment. Groups and BUMNs so that all workers can work better and more optimally in the midst of a pandemic.

"After vaccination, workers are also expected to continue to apply health protocols and make this a culture. Hopefully our collective discipline can restore this COVID-19 pandemic gradually. " Close Rifqi.

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