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Regal Springs Indonesia Facilitates COVID-19 Vaccination – KAMI PEDULI Program Aims to Accelerate National Vaccination Efforts

Medan, August 13, 2021 – Regal Springs Indonesia (RSI) reaffirms its commitment to support the government’s efforts in achieving the national vaccination target. Through the Sustainability and Social Responsibility program “KAMI PEDULI,” COVID-19 vaccination targeting 1,000 individuals from the general public and employees was conducted simultaneously at two locations, namely in Ajibata Subdistrict, Toba Regency, and Lontung, Samosir Regency, North Sumatra on Friday (08/13).

David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia, stated that the COVID-19 vaccination program is a form of the company’s support in combating the COVID-19 pandemic and expanding community access to vaccination. According to him, this is the responsibility of all parties, including businesses. “This is the second time Regal Springs Indonesia has organized the COVID-19 vaccination, and we are delighted to partner and collaborate once again with the Bukit Barisan Regional Military Command (Kodam) I,” said Tampubolon.

Previously, Regal Springs Indonesia has also collaborated with various parties in COVID-19 mitigation, including the Bukit Barisan Regional Military Command and Serdang Bedagai Regency Government for the same program, namely COVID-19 vaccination for 1,000 individuals, as well as other initiatives in the KAMI PEDULI program against COVID-19.

Tampubolon added that Regal Springs Indonesia will continue to collaborate with various stakeholders to support the government’s COVID-19 response program. “Regal Springs Indonesia will continue to contribute to the handling of COVID-19 by partnering with various parties, so that this pandemic can soon come to an end and the community’s economic activities can return to normal,” concluded Tampubolon.