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Health 17 February 2022

Covid-19 Vaccination Service at Bunda Hospital


Omicron is one of the variants of the latest Covid-19 virus, which has a very massive spread. The COVID-19 pandemic has not yet reached the point of ending, even though most people in Indonesia have received the vaccine.

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This condition is undoubtedly something that the Indonesian people need to be aware of. For the sake of mutual immunity (herd immunity), people who still have not received the vaccine are advised to immediately register themselves and get the vaccine according to the doctor's recommendations to speed up the completion of the pandemic period.

Keep in mind that the vaccine does not guarantee that the Omicron variant will not attack the person. Based on the study results, those who had been fully vaccinated experienced much milder symptoms than someone who had not been vaccinated and recovered more quickly after receiving the booster vaccine. Thus, booster vaccines are still needed to strengthen the immune system.

The increasing number of people infected with the virus has made the government invite the public to get a booster vaccine as soon as possible. The dose after they get the first and second vaccines acts as extra protection for their health and so that the pandemic can be contained.

Requirements to Get the Covid-19 Vaccine

You can get booster vaccines quickly because several hospitals and clinics in every region in Indonesia have provided free booster vaccines. Here's how to get a Covid-19 booster vaccine ticket.

1. Registration via QR Code

A notification will be sent via the Peduli Lindungi application to get the booster vaccine. Then visit the location of the nearest hospital or clinic to get the vaccine to be free from Covid-19 symptoms.

One of the hospital groups that administer vaccines is Bunda Hospital. You can get vaccines at Bunda Hospital by scanning the available QR Code or visiting the link we provide, namely bit.ly/VaksinCovid19-Bunda.

For those of you who live in Jabodetabek, you can also take advantage of the JAKI application to carry out a Covid booster vaccination at points provided by the DKI Jakarta provincial government.

2. Filling out the Registration Form

After visiting the website or scanning the QR code, the system will direct you to the registration form. You will be asked to fill in your data in the form, starting from your full name, place, and date of birth, ID card number, photo ID card, and domicile to the family card number.

In addition, you will also be asked to choose the location of the nearest Bunda Group Hospital unit to be the location for you to receive the vaccine.


Before receiving the vaccine, we recommend that you do a medical check-up to determine if you have any illnesses or allergies. Because some people have allergies to certain drugs, you need to know your health.

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3. Contacting the Bunda Group Hospital

Of course, giving this vaccine aims to make your immune system stronger and not fatal if the body is attacked by the omicron variant of the Coivd-19 virus.

Later, after filling in your complete personal data, you can reserve a consultation session regarding complete information to the Bunda Group Hospital through the available call center.

Patients infected with the Omicron variant can self-isolate at home with certain conditions.

Of course, the increasing number of patients infected with the Omicron variant has a significant effect on the availability of rooms in the hospital. With the depletion of hospital rooms, the Ministry of Health must make the best decisions for all infected people.

Most people infected with the virus are people who travel abroad. Therefore, the government has begun to limit access to foreign countries, especially for those who go abroad for vacation purposes.

Following the new government circular, now self-isolation of Covid-19 patients is not only carried out in hospitals. Self-isolation can also be done at home, provided that the infected patient only has mild or no symptoms, meets clinical requirements, and the house has a closed isolation room.

The clinical requirements in question are:

  • Infected patients are under 45 years old
  • Have no comorbidities
  • Can access health services
  • Commit to staying at home during isolation.

While the housing requirements for infected patients are:

  • The patient lives in a separate room
  • Using a separate bathroom
  • Able to use an oximeter.

If a patient infected with Covid-19 meets these two conditions, then the patient can self-isolate at home.

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You can also take advantage of Bunda's e-health service to continue to consult with doctors during self-isolation.

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