Oxford, UK ● Thu, July 22 2021
Among the many policy options that could save nations from the life-threatening COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination appears to be the most powerful one. Mass inoculation has been proven to significantly lower the death rate, allowing countries, such as the United Kingdom and the United States, to regain a seemingly normal life.
With daily positive cases and the death rate alarmingly high, Indonesia undoubtedly needs to pursue a higher vaccination rate. For that reason, the government should consider incentivizing people to get vaccinated.
While only 15.4 percent of the population have already gotten their first dose and 5.98 percent have received two shots as of Tuesday, the program is far from being successful. A recent survey by the Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) found a significant level of vaccine hesitancy. It discovered that only 63.6 percent of unvaccinated ci…
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