COVID-19 vaccination in Indonesia

COVID-19 vaccination in Indonesia
Indonesia Covid-19 Vaccination Campaign by Ministry of Health
COVID-19 vaccination campaign poster in Indonesian
Date13 January 2021 (2021-01-13) – present
Location34 provinces in Indonesia
CauseCOVID-19 pandemic
Target208,265,720 people
Organised byMinistry of Health
Participants
  • First dose: 191,932,033 people
  • Second dose: 147,740,994 people
  • Third dose: 12,256,234 people
Outcome
  • 71.03% of the Indonesian population has received at least one dose
  • 54.68% of the Indonesian population has received two doses
  • 4.54% of the Indonesian population has received three doses
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The COVID-19 vaccination in Indonesia is an ongoing mass immunization in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia. On 13 January 2021, the program commenced when President Joko Widodo was vaccinated at the presidential palace.[1] In terms of total doses given, Indonesia ranks third in Asia and fifth in the world.[2]

As of 5 March 2022 at 18:00 WIB (UTC+7), 191,932,033 people had received the first dose of the vaccine and 147,740,994 people had been fully vaccinated; 12,256,234 of them had been inoculated with the booster or the third dose. Jakarta has the highest percentage of population fully vaccinated with 98.87%, followed by Bali and Special Region of Yogyakarta with 82.17% and 79.87% respectively.[3]

Background

COVID-19 is a contagious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The first known case was identified in Wuhan, Mainland China in December 2019[4] and was confirmed to have spread to Indonesia on 2 March 2020.[5] In order to combat the pandemic, a mass COVID-19 vaccination needs to be done to reach herd immunity within the community or society.

COVID-19 vaccination in Indonesia will cover more than 75% of overall Indonesian population or around 208 million people. The program is being carried out in four stages, starting from the most prioritized to the less prioritized.[6]

  • First stage focuses on health professionals which include people working in the health sector, such as doctors, surgeons, dentists, nurses, midwives, pharmacists, ambulance drivers, medical assistants, researchers, psychologists, or medical students.
  • Second stage focuses on elderlies (anyone ages 60 or above) and public officers which include those who work for the public and often in contact with people, such as civil servants, state enterprise employees, police, military, teachers, retail workers, journalists, religious leaders, tourism workers, transportation workers, or athletes.
  • Third stage focuses on general public which is susceptible to the economy, social, or geospatial aspect, such as those who live in dense, poor, and worst-affected areas or neighborhoods.
  • Fourth stage focuses on other general public depends on the availability of the vaccines.

Timeline

2020

On 16 December, President Jokowi announced COVID-19 vaccines would be provided for free for all Indonesians.[7] According to Jokowi, Indonesia has procured 400 million dosage of vaccines. The vaccines would be from Sinovac, Novavax, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca.[8]

On 31 December, Indonesia's Minister of Health said the vaccination would be mandatory. Indonesians who have received a text message from authorities have to be vaccinated.[9] Also on this day, 1.8 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia. Along with another 1.2 million vaccines which had arrived earlier that month, the doses would be distributed among Indonesia's 34 provinces.[10]

2021

January

President Joko Widodo became the first person to be inoculated by COVID-19 vaccine in Indonesia.

On 8 January, Indonesian Ulema Council declared CoronaVac as halal.[11]

On 11 January, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) published an emergency use authorization for CoronaVac from Sinovac Biotech for ages 18 to 59 with the second dose given 14 days after the first. At the same time, it also announced the vaccine's preliminary efficacy rate during its phase III trial of 65.3%.[12]

On 13 January, Indonesia's vaccination program commenced.[13]

February

On 7 February, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) approved the vaccination of CoronaVac for elderly people, with the second dose to be administered 28 days after the first dose instead of 14 for regular inoculation.[14]

On 17 February, the second stage of vaccination program began. The Indonesian government confirmed vaccination would be compulsory for citizens and it would seek the private sector's help in inoculating the population.[15]

March

On 7 March, at least 1% of Indonesia's population had received a COVID-19 vaccine inoculation.

On 8 March, Indonesia received its first shipment of vaccines from the COVAX initiative with 1.1 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine.[16]

On 15 March, the government decided on four vaccines in use for the self-vaccination program for private employees: Sinopharm BIBP, Moderna, Sputnik V, and Novavax.[17] The country also temporarily halted the distribution of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine after reports of blood clot post vaccination in Europe.[18]

On 19 March, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) authorized the resumption of distribution and use of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine.[19]

On 23 March, the Ministry of Health permitted the second dose of CoronaVac for people under 60 to be administered up to 28 days after the first dose, when a strict gap of 14 days between the two doses could not be attained.[20]

April

On 1 April, the Ministry of Health announced the postponement of the vaccination schedule for the general public to June or July because of a vaccine shortage caused by the export ban of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine from India.[21]

On 8 April, Minister of Health Budi Gunadi Sadikin said there was no certainty regarding the arrival of 104 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine committed under the COVAX initiative, due to export ban from India.[22] Moreover, the state-owned vaccine manufacturer Bio Farma announced it had ordered 15 million doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine, 22 million of the Sputnik V vaccine, and 5 million of Convidecia. All would be used for the self-vaccination program.[23]

On 18 April, Indonesia received six million bulk doses of CoronaVac, bringing the total number to 59.5 million out of 140 million doses on firm order.[24]

On 21 April, the Ministry of Health said it would receive another 3,852,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine by early May, the second shipment to Indonesia under the COVAX initiative.[25] It arrived on 26 April.[26]

On 30 April, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine.[27]

May

On 1 May, 500,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine donated by the United Arab Emirates government arrived, the first shipment of the vaccine received by Indonesia.[28]

On 5 May, Jakarta expanded its vaccination program to include the general public at its dense and poor neighborhoods.[29]

On 8 May, Indonesia received 1,389,600 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine under the COVAX initiative.[30]

On 10 May, the National Commission of Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) said it was not confirmed that the man who died hours after he was vaccinated with the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine in Jakarta was caused by the vaccine.[31] This was not the first issue with the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine in Indonesia; previously, on 27 March, North Sulawesi temporarily halted the administration of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine after at least five percent of the 3,990 patients inoculated reported adverse events following immunization.[32][33] It was resumed on 30 March.[34]

On 16 May, the Ministry of Health temporarily halted the distribution of 448,480 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca batch CTMAV547 vaccine.[35]

On 17 May, an elderly in Jakarta died after being vaccinated with the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, the second case in less than two weeks in the province.[36]

On 25 May, eight million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[37]

On 28 May, the Ministry of Health resumed the usage and distribution of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine batch CTMAV547 vaccine.[38]

On 31 May, eight million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[39]

June

On 5 June, 313,100 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[40]

On 8 June, Jakarta expanded its vaccination program for general public ages 18 and above.[41]

On 10 June, 1.5 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[42]

On 11 June, one million doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[43]

On 17 June, Bali expanded its vaccination program to all residents age 18 and above.[44]

On 20 June, 10 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[45]

On 25 June, the Ministry of Health decided to fasten the vaccination program by permitting everyone being vaccinated at their operating hospitals and polytechnics regardless of the domicile.[46]

On 27 June, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) published an emergency use authorization for CoronaVac for ages 12 to 17.[47]

On 30 June, the daily number of people vaccinated crossed one million mark for the first time and another 14 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[48]

July

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COVID-19 vaccination in South Jakarta.

On 1 July, 998,400 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine from Japan arrived in Indonesia.[49]

On 2 July, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) published an emergency use authorization for the Moderna vaccine.[50]

On 11 July, three million doses of the Moderna vaccine from the United States arrived in Indonesia.[51]

On 12 July, 10 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[52]

On 13 July, 1,408,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine and 3,476,400 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[53]

On 14 July, the daily number of people vaccinated crossed two million mark for the first time.

On 15 July, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) published an emergency use authorization for the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine.[54] Also on this day, 1.5 million doses of the Moderna vaccine and 1.16 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[55]

On 16 July, the third inoculation for healthcare workers program using the Moderna vaccine was started at Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital and the government announced that paid Gotong Royong vaccination program by Kimia Farma was cancelled after they received criticism from people who demanded it to be free.[56][57] Also on this day, 1.4 million doses of the Sinopharm BIBP and 1.04 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[58][59]

On 19 July, 1,184,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[60]

On 22 July, eight million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[61]

On 27 July, 21.2 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[62]

On 30 July, 1.5 million doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[63]

August

COVID-19 vaccination certificate issued by the Indonesian government for the second dose vaccination.

On 1 August, 3.5 million doses of the Moderna vaccine from the United States arrived in Indonesia.[64]

On 2 August, 620,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[65]

On 3 August, 500,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[66]

On 6 August, 594,200 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[67]

On 12 August, a nurse in Pluit, North Jakarta was found to be innocent after a video where she was allegedly inoculated an empty vaccine syringe went viral on the internet. She admitted it was a pure accident and not intentional as she was fatigued.[68]

On 13 August, at least 10% of Indonesian population had been fully vaccinated and five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[69]

On 14 August, Governor of Jakarta Anies Baswedan revealed that there were 3.7 million people who were not Jakarta's residents but got vaccinated in the province. This could cause Jakarta to vaccinate more than its population.[70]

On 16 August, five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[71]

On 17 August, Jakarta allowed general public who were not health workers to be vaccinated with the Moderna vaccine.[72]

On 19 August, 1.6 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 450,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[73]

On 20 August, five million doses of CoronaVac and 567,500 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[74]

On 23 August, five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[75]

On 24 August, at least half of Jakarta's population had been fully vaccinated.

On 25 August, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) published an emergency use authorization for the Sputnik V vaccine.[76]

On 27 August, five million doses of CoronaVac and 1.86 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[77]

On 30 August, 9.2 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[78]

September

On 1 September, 583,400 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[79]

On 2 September, 1.2 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 500,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[80][81]

On 3 September, President Joko Widodo's vaccine certificate had become publicly accessible. This caused people to demand the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology to increase the safety of the PeduliLindungi app.[82]

On 4 September, 207,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[83]

On 6 September, five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[84]

On 7 September, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) published the emergency use authorization for Convidecia and the Janssen vaccine.[85]

On 8 September, 500,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine from Australia arrived in Indonesia.[86]

On 10 September, 639,990 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine, 973,700 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, and, 2.08 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[87]

On 11 September, 500,000 doses of the Janssen vaccine and 2.075 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[88][89]

On 14 September, 1.8 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[90]

On 15 September, 274,950 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[91]

On 16 September, 2.5 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 968,360 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[92][93]

On 17 September, 1.755 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine, 1.878 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, and five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[94]

On 19 September, 1.1 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[95]

On 20 September, five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[96]

On 21 September, five million doses of CoronaVac and 200,000 doses of the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[97]

On 22 September, 684,900 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[98]

On 23 September, 1.24 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine and 2.17 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[99]

On 24 September, two million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[100]

On 30 September, 796,800 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine from Italy arrived in Indonesia.[101] Also on this day, the government allowed those who had been infected with COVID-19 to be vaccinated one month after recovered (for mild symptoms) and three months (for severe symptoms). The previous time span was three months (for both mild and severe symptoms).[102]

October

On 1 October, 705,300 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine and 453,960 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[103][104]

On 2 October, 600,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[105]

On 3 October, 800,280 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[106]

On 7 October, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) published the emergency use authorization for Zifivax.[107] Also on this day, 1.2 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[108]

On 8 October, 245,440 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[109]

On 10 October, 100 million Indonesians had received at least one dose of the vaccine. Also on this day, two million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[110]

On 13 October, 688,800 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[111]

On 14 October, 672,600 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine and 601,380 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[111]

On 17 October, 2.5 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[112]

On 19 October, 224,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[113]

On 20 October, 1.4 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[114]

On 21 October, 1.2 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 698,090 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[115]

On 22 October, 1.18 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 844,820 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[116]

On 25 October, 684,400 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine from New Zealand arrived in Indonesia.[117]

On 26 October, five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[118][119]

On 27 October, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[119]

On 28 October, four million doses of CoronaVac and 677,430 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[119]

On 29 October, four million doses of CoronaVac, 1.26 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine, and 1.34 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[120]

On 30 October, 819,600 doses of the Moderna vaccine from the Netherlands arrived in Indonesia.[121]

On 31 October, 339,300 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[122]

November

On 1 November, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[123] The vaccine had also been approved by the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) for ages 6 to 11.[124]

On 2 November, four million doses of CoronaVac and 134,560 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[125] Also on this day, the National Agency of Drug and Food Control of Indonesia (BPOM) published the emergency use authorization for the Novavax vaccine, becoming the first country to do so.[126]

On 4 November, 680,100 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[127]

On 5 November, 69,030 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[128]

On 8 November, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[129]

On 9 November, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[130]

On 10 November, 680,400 doses of the Moderna vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[131]

On 11 November, 2.29 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 1.2 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[132][133]

On 12 November, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[134]

On 13 November, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[134]

On 17 November, 1.2 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine from Australia arrived in Indonesia.[135]

On 19 November, 4.059 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine and 800,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[136]

On 20 November, 2.6 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[137]

On 21 November, 2.26 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[137]

On 22 November, 866,970 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[137]

On 24 November, 4.3 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[138]

On 26 November, 706,680 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 1.065 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[139]

On 27 November, 2.707 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, 727,740 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine, and 134,500 doses of the Novavax vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[140][141]

On 28 November, 334,620 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 705,600 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[142]

On 29 November, four million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[143]

On 30 November, four million doses of CoronaVac and 1.7 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[143][144]

December

On 1 December, 3.6 million doses of CoronaVac and 9.1 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[143]

On 2 December, 191,880 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine, 656,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, and 4.865 million doses of the Novavax vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[143][145]

On 3 December, 324,000 doses of the Janssen vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[146]

On 5 December, 1.9 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[147]

On 7 December, at least 100 million Indonesians had been fully vaccinated. Also on this day, 1.5 million doses of the Moderna vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 8 December, 767,520 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and four million doses of the Novavax vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 9 December, 336,960 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 1.18 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 10 December, 1.21 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 11 December, 2.04 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and 1.75 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 12 December, 1.77 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 13 December, the Ministry of Health announced the commencement of vaccination for ages 6 to 11.[149] Also on this day, 3.53 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 14 December, 1.76 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[148]

On 15 December, 1.095 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine and 1.144 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[150][151]

On 16 December, 1.144 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[151]

On 20 December, 482,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[152]

On 21 December, a man in Pinrang, South Sulawesi went viral on the internet after he claimed that he had been vaccinated 17 times on behalf of other people.[153] Also on this day, two million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[154]

On 23 December, 1.5 million doses of the Moderna vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[155]

On 24 December, 2.688 million doses of the Moderna vaccine and 342,810 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[156]

On 25 December, 922,800 doses of the Moderna vaccine and 1.47 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[157]

On 26 December, 1.42 million doses of the Moderna vaccine, 4.478 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca, and 3.086 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[158]

On 27 December, 6.683 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[159]

On 28 December, 5.787 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[159]

On 29 December, 1.236 million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[160]

On 30 December, 438,750 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[161]

On 31 December, 819,000 doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine and nine million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[162]

2022

January

On 1 January, 1.2 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[163]

On 3–4 January, 3.566 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[164]

On 7 January, 1.252 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[165]

On 8 January, 3.182 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[166]

On 11 January, 1.847 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[167]

On 12 January, Indonesia started to inoculate the third or booster shots for general public using five vaccine brands. The government set a minimum of six months to elapse after the completion of primary vaccine before the booster dose could be administered.[168]

On 16 January, 896,000 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine and six million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[169][170]

On 17 January, five million doses of CoronaVac arrived in Indonesia.[170]

On 18 January, 1.4 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[171]

On 19 January, 651,130 doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[172]

On 22 January, 1.257 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[173]

On 28 January, 2.968 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[174]

February

On 9 February, 2.7 million doses of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Indonesia. With this shipment, the number of vaccine doses received by Indonesia crossed a milestone of 500 million.[175]

On 13 February, the Ministry of Health required those who missed to be inoculated with the second dose six months after the first dose to restart the vaccination process again. Additionally, those that lapsed no longer than six months are still allowed to receive the second dose. In both cases, vaccination with other brand is possible depends on the expiration date of the vaccine. The policy was initiated to tackle the slow second dose vaccination rate, with 2.5 million people being only vaccinated once after six months.[176]

On 21 February, the government changed the gap between the second dose and the third dose of the vaccine from a minimum time of six months to three months for elderlies. Five days later, on 26 February, they allowed it for general public all ages.[177]

March

On 4 March, 3.5 million doses of the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine arrived in Indonesia.[178]

Vaccines on order

VaccineApprovalDeployment
CoronaVacGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
Oxford–AstraZenecaGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
Sinopharm BIBPGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
ModernaGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
Pfizer–BioNTechGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
JanssenGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
NovavaxGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes
Sputnik VGreen check.svg YesPending
ConvideciaGreen check.svg YesPending
ZifivaxGreen check.svg YesPending

Vaccines in trial stage

VaccineType (technology)Phase IPhase IIPhase III
CoronaVacInactivatedGreen check.svg CompletedGreen check.svg CompletedGreen check.svg Completed
ZifivaxSubunit (recombinant)Green check.svg CompletedGreen check.svg CompletedGreen check.svg Completed
ARCoVRNAGreen check.svg CompletedGreen check.svg CompletedIn progress
West China HospitalSubunit (recombinant)Green check.svg CompletedGreen check.svg CompletedIn progress
GX-19DNAGreen check.svg CompletedIn progressIn progress
AV-COVID-19Viral vectorIn progressIn progressDark Red x.svg Not Yet

Statistics

Vaccination numbers may not be accurate due to different calculations, cut-off times, and sources from the government. Lower daily inoculations may be recorded on Sundays and public holidays.[3]

By group

Vaccination numbers by group
GroupTargetFirst doseSecond doseThird dose
TotalPercentageTotalPercentageTotalPercentage
Health professionals1,468,7642,019,762137.51%1,954,767133.09%1,402,75695.51%
Public officers17,327,16718,971,898109.49%17,134,36198.89%802,8124.63%
Elderlies[a]21,553,11816,387,50876.03%12,046,74255.89%1,561,0637.24%
Susceptible and general public[b]141,211,181109,144,47677.29%83,120,31658.86%8,439,5625.98%
Teenagers[c]26,705,49024,872,95693.14%20,462,29776.62%49,9390.19%
Children[d]N/A19,260,363N/A11,814,660N/A4N/A
Private vaccinations[e]N/A1,275,070N/A1,207,851N/A98N/A
Total208,265,720191,932,03392.16%147,740,99470.94%12,256,2345.88%
Data as of 5 March 2022, 18:00 WIB[3]
  1. ^ Elderlies are defined as anyone ages 60 or above.
  2. ^ Mostly include people age 18 to 59.
  3. ^ Teenagers are defined as anyone ages 12 to 17.
  4. ^ Children are defined as anyone ages 6 to 11.
  5. ^ Also known as the Gotong Royong vaccination program. Through this program, the government would seek help from private sectors and would be paid by the companies instead of individually.

By province

Vaccination numbers by province
ProvinceTargetFirst dosePercentage of
population with
at least
one dose[a]
Second dosePercentage of
population fully
vaccinated[b][a]
Third dosePercentage of
population with
the booster
shot[c][a]
TotalPercentageTotalPercentageTotalPercentage
Coat of arms of Aceh.svg Aceh4,028,8913,720,47692.34%70.53%2,042,58950.7%38.72%135,0993.35%2.56%
Coat of arms of Bali.svg Bali3,405,1303,915,567114.99%90.69%3,547,507104.18%82.17%643,79818.91%14.91%
Coat of arms of Bangka Belitung.svg Bangka Belitung Islands1,137,8241,076,94594.65%73.98%880,24777.36%60.47%63,3505.57%4.35%
Coat of arms of Banten.svg Banten9,229,3838,395,66790.97%70.52%6,112,22466.23%51.34%592,5506.42%4.98%
Coat of arms of Bengkulu.svg Bengkulu1,553,7921,383,45689.04%68.81%1,033,40066.51%51.4%54,7503.52%2.72%
Coat of arms of Central Java.svg Central Java28,727,80526,196,79391.19%71.74%21,982,04076.52%60.2%1,953,8996.8%5.35%
Coat of arms of Central Kalimantan.svg Central Kalimantan2,036,1041,893,66493%70.92%1,380,24767.79%51.7%125,5006.16%4.7%
Coat of arms of Central Sulawesi.svg Central Sulawesi2,135,9071,796,34284.1%60.16%1,062,96749.77%35.6%47,2902.21%1.58%
Coat of arms of East Java.svg East Java31,826,20628,791,71490.47%70.8%22,892,28771.93%56.29%1,835,4525.77%4.51%
Coat of arms of East Kalimantan.svg East Kalimantan2,874,4012,799,68097.4%74.34%2,270,86179%60.3%198,1526.89%5.26%
Coat of Arms of East Nusa Tenggara NEW.png East Nusa Tenggara3,831,4393,294,16485.98%61.86%2,128,22855.55%39.96%97,5462.55%1.83%
Coat of arms of Gorontalo.svg Gorontalo938,409832,01588.66%71.01%557,86659.45%47.61%32,0033.41%2.73%
Coat of arms of Jakarta.svg Jakarta8,395,42712,414,358147.87%117.54%10,442,525124.38%98.87%1,459,59317.39%13.82%
Coat of arms of Jambi.svg Jambi2,686,1932,475,91092.17%69.78%1,826,11467.98%51.47%118,4684.41%3.34%
Coat of arms of Lampung.svg Lampung6,645,2265,868,35488.31%65.15%4,233,42663.71%47%181,5272.73%2.02%
Coat of arms of Maluku.svg Maluku1,417,690981,44169.23%53.08%565,97239.92%30.61%24,1281.7%1.3%
Coat of arms of North Kalimantan (2021 version).svg North Kalimantan545,672506,30292.79%72.14%400,45373.39%57.06%30,3635.56%4.33%
Coat of arms of North Maluku.svg North Maluku954,092769,73580.68%60%423,68444.41%33.02%14,2801.5%1.11%
Coat of arms of North Sulawesi.svg North Sulawesi2,080,6851,802,07186.61%68.73%1,236,48359.43%47.16%89,6984.31%3.42%
Coat of arms of North Sumatra.svg North Sumatra11,419,55910,475,46091.73%70.78%8,044,59270.45%54.36%786,4296.89%5.31%
Coat of arms of Papua 2.svg Papua2,583,771819,74931.73%19.05%598,15423.15%13.9%38,4991.49%0.89%
Coat of arms of Riau.svg Riau4,840,3474,528,35593.55%70.82%3,347,14669.15%52.35%246,1995.09%3.85%
Coat of arms of Riau Islands.svg Riau Islands1,581,0351,727,669109.27%83.68%1,440,31691.1%69.76%160,03610.12%7.75%
Coat of arms of South Kalimantan.svg South Kalimantan3,161,1372,935,84892.87%72.07%1,856,84658.74%45.58%156,8094.96%3.85%
Coat of arms of South Sulawesi.svg South Sulawesi7,058,1415,993,99784.92%66.06%4,076,41957.75%44.93%184,8482.62%2.04%
Coat of arms of South Sumatra.svg South Sumatra6,303,0965,694,37790.34%67.25%4,127,23065.48%48.74%231,9993.68%2.74%
Coat of arms of Southeast Sulawesi.svg Southeast Sulawesi2,002,5791,665,73583.18%63.46%1,042,02452.03%39.7%52,2182.61%1.99%
Coat of arms of Yogyakarta.svg Special Region of Yogyakarta2,879,6993,180,709110.45%86.7%2,930,389101.76%79.87%335,43211.65%9.14%
Coat of arms of West Java.svg West Java37,907,81433,969,86189.61%70.37%26,708,95570.46%55.33%1,980,6215.22%4.1%
Coat of arms of West Kalimantan.svg West Kalimantan3,872,4773,268,13684.39%60.36%2,376,29661.36%43.89%143,7723.71%2.66%
Coat of arms of West Nusa Tenggara.svg West Nusa Tenggara3,910,6383,614,58492.43%67.94%2,743,76570.16%51.57%125,4113.21%2.36%
Coat of arms of West Papua.svg West Papua797,402471,92559.18%41.61%317,96239.87%28.04%18,2472.29%1.61%
Coat of arms of West Sulawesi.svg West Sulawesi1,089,240830,51676.25%58.52%509,25246.75%35.88%18,2711.68%1.29%
Coat of arms of West Sumatra.svg West Sumatra4,408,5093,840,45687.11%69.39%2,602,51559.03%47.02%79,9991.81%1.45%
Total208,265,720191,932,03392.16%71.03%147,740,99470.94%54.68%12,256,2345.88%4.54%
Data as of 5 March 2022, 18:00 WIB[3]
  1. ^ a b c The population data is from Statistics Indonesia's census in 2020.
  2. ^ Fully vaccinated people are those who have been vaccinated twice (except for the Janssen vaccine). The second dose would be inoculated 14 to 84 days after the first dose.
  3. ^ The booster shot or the third dose would be given six months after the second dose.

Challenges

Only 54.68% of the Indonesian population has been fully vaccinated.[2] This is caused by several problems and challenges. First, Indonesia lacks vaccines and human resources to support the program. The country also struggles to distribute the vaccines equally to all regions, especially to rural and remote areas. Some provinces have vaccinated its population multiple times more than other provinces. Hoaxes and fake news have also caused many Indonesians to question the efficiency of the vaccine, leading to them choosing not to be vaccinated.[179][180]

Effectiveness

On 23 April 2021, a public health office in Semarang reported that 411 of vaccinated individuals had contracted COVID-19. 267 of them were infected after the first dose, while 144 after the second dose.[181]

Based on observations on about 120,000 public health workers in Jakarta who were vaccinated from January to March, 28 days after the second dose, CoronaVac prevents 94% of COVID-19 symptoms, 96% in preventing hospitalization, and 98% in preventing deaths. But after the first dose, the effectiveness against the symptoms is only 13%.[182][183]

During an outbreak in Kudus, Central Java, from 6,000 health professionals who were inoculated with CoronaVac, as of 12 June 2021, 308 of them were infected with COVID-19, 277 practice self-isolation, and 193 recovered. The director of Dr. Loekmono Hadi Regional General Hospital, dr. Abdul Aziz Achyar, stated the vaccines were proven to be able to reduce sickness and death risk from COVID-19.[184]

On 18 June 2021, Reuters reported that more than 350 Indonesian doctors and medical workers had contracted SARS-CoV-2 despite being vaccinated with CoronaVac. Griffith University epidemiologist, Dicky Budiman, said that it was unclear how effective CoronaVac was against the Delta variant.[185]

Based on observations study on 86,936 Jakarta residents aged 60 and above from March to April, CoronaVac is 85% effective against symptomatic illness and 92% against hospitalization. If only the first dose is given, the effectiveness against symptomatic illness is reduced to 35%.[186]

Controversies

As one of the first public figures who received a COVID-19 vaccine inoculation, Raffi Ahmad was criticized for breaking health protocols during a party the night after he was vaccinated.[187]

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Coat of arms of East Kalimantan, achieved in 1965.
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The emblem of West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. The blue shield base symbolize heroism of the people. The five pointed star symbolize Pancasila, the national ideology The ears of rice and cotton symbolize wealth and welfare, the 58 seed of rice symbolize 1958, the date of West Nusa Tenggara formation: 14 August 1958. The chain consists of 4 and 5 pieces symbolize the year 1945 the independence of Indonesia. The deer is typical animal of Sumbawa island, the smoky volcano symbolize Rinjani volcano, the highest mountain in Lombok island. The base of volcano and deer took form of dome, symbolize the religiosity and spirituality of the people of West Nusa Tenggara.
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Coat of Arms of Indonesian province of Maluku.
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The emblem of Jakarta, featuring a shield with an image of Monas (National Monument), rice and cotton, a wave of water, and the Jaya Raya. Granted on 1963 Regional Regulation No. 6
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The emblem of Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
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Lambang Papua. Berupa perisai segilma dengan warna biru langit dan kuning keemasan, nama provinsi Papua, tiga gunung di Pegunungan Jayawijaya, tiga tugu perjuangan (Trikora) di atas bata bertumpuk 6 dan 9, padi 17 bulir, kapas 8 kuntum diikat dengan pita berwarna merah dan putih, serta pita emas bertuliskan "Karya Swadaya". Lambang ini dibuat berdasarkan Perda Papua No. 7 Tahun 1992.
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Coat of Arms of Indonesian province of West Java, achieved in 1962.
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Lambang Provinsi Kalimantan Selatan. Berupa perisai merah dengan tepian kuning serta perisai dalam berwarna hijau. Pada bagian dalam terdapat padi, batang karet, pita putih di atas dan samping kiri-kanan, rumah adat Banjar Bubungan Tinggi, bintang, dan berlian bersinar. Motto daerah adalah "Waja Sampai Kaputing", yang bermakna "tetap bersemangat dan kuat bagaikan baja dari awal sampai akhir". Ditetapkan berdasarkan Perda No. 10 Tahun 1963
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COVID-19 vaccine certificate issued by Indonesian government, this is for the second vaccination (personal identifiable information has been sanitised to prevent misuse)
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The emblem of Aceh Special Region Province, Indonesia, achieved 1961. Featuring the image of rencong, scale, rice and cotton ears shaping mosque's dome, book or holy scripture (quran), factory roofs and Pancacita (five goals) motto. Based on 1961 Regional Regulation No. 39.
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People being vaccinated with Sinovac CoronaVac Covid-19 vaccine in South Jakarta, Indonesia
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The emblem of Lampung Province, Indonesia. Based on 1971 Regional Regulation No. 1.
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West-Sumatra Coat of Arms
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Coat of arms of Jambi Province, Indonesia
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Lambang Provinsi Kepulauan Riau (Kepri). Lambang berupa tameng biru dengan warna tepian hijau muda dikelilingi rantai bermata 32. Di dalamnya terdapat tulisan "Provinsi Kepulauan Riau", serta bintang, padi berjumlah 24 bulir dan kapas berjumlah 9 kuntum, keris luk 7 dengan hulu burung serindit melayu, perahu layar berwarna kuning dengan tepak sirih warna merah dan layar putih, gelombang air berlapis 7. Terdapat pita kuning bertuliskan "Berpancang Amanah Bersauh Marwah." Lambang ini ditetapkan berdasarkan Perda Kepri No. 1 Tahun 2005.
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Lambang Maluku Utara. Lambang ini merupakan adaptasi dari lambang Kabupaten Maluku Utara yang dipecah setelah dibentuknya provinsi Maluku Utara. Berupa perisai hijau bertepi putih dan merah dengan angka tahun 1999 (tahun pembentukan provinsi Maluku Utara). Di bagian dalam terdapat daun sagu kembar yang membentuk sayap berwarna kuning, bintang, gunung dan laut, perahu dengan pancaran sinar, serta parang salawaku bersilang. Motto provinsi, Marimoi Ngone Futuru, berarti "Bersatu kita teguh".
Coat of arms of West Kalimantan.svg
The emblem of West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia, achieved in 1964. The emblem took forl of five sided shield that represent Pancasila. The green shield contain the image of hexagonal dayak shield, mandau dayak blade, kris. The line across the center, flame, rice and cotton ears. Shield, mandau and kris symbolize the culture of main ethnicity in West Kalimantan; Dayak and Malay. The flame symbolize the everlasting fighting spirit. Rice and cotton symbolize prosperity.
Coat of arms of Central Java.svg
Jawa Tengah (Central Java) province seal. The seal featuring Borobudur temple, twin volcanoes, cotton and rice, Indonesian flag, bamboo spear, and golden star. Based on 1984 Regional Regulation No. 9.
Coat of arms of North Sulawesi.svg
The emblem of North Sulawesi province, Indonesia.