September 2021 – In order to support the government’s program to tackle the spread of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the number of which continues to increase per day, JNE Bandung provides 5,800 vaccines intended for employees in Bandung and the general public. Implementing vaccination aims to support the acceleration of government programs in achieving communal immunity or herd immunity. Coinciding with the declaration of “Happy Day with JNE” on September 7, 2021, this free vaccination was carried out in three locations, namely at Senbik Building, Jl. Soekarno Hatta No. 729 C, Bandung Kidul District office, Bandung and the Padepokan Mayang Sunda Arts Building, Jl. Map, City of Bandung.
Especially for implementing the vaccine at the Senbik Building and the Bandung Kidul District Office, the vaccination takes place every day starting from 08:00 - 15:00 WIB from 7 to 8 September 2021, while the support for the vaccine program at the Padepokan Mayang Sunda Arts Building together with Radio B and Cakra FM will be held on 7, 14, 17 and 24 September 2021. The JNE Vaccine Center is held in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, the West Java Provincial Government Health Office, Bandung Kidul District, Panyileukan District, Buah Batu District and Babakan Tarogong Village. JNE Bandung also took part in implementing a vaccine center with Kodam III Siliawangi and Tribun Jabar as many as 1,200 vaccine participants last August.
Iyus Rustandi, Head of the JNE Bandung Branch, said, “There are various steps being taken to overcome Covid-19 besides complying with health protocols, namely the Covid-19 vaccination, which aims to end this outbreak soon, so that conditions become stable and normal as before. We are optimistic that by working together, collaborating, and collaborating with the government and various other parties, this corona virus pandemic can be overcome,” he explained.
Iyus also added, “We hold this vaccination activity to ensure that all JNE employees, especially the frontline officers such as couriers, sales counter officers, customer service, and other departments that have a lot of contact with customers, can be protected from the Covid-19 virus. This will certainly increase the convenience of customers in using JNE services.” JNE has also implemented over 18,800 vaccines throughout Indonesia which are intended for employees and the public. Implementing vaccination aims to support the acceleration of government programs in achieving communal immunity or herd immunity.
Since the pandemic broke out in March 2020, JNE has been running a CSR program to assist the joint government and private response process. Some of the ongoing collaborations include: distribution of 10 thousand masks to 25 referral hospitals for corona patients in various cities in Indonesia, delivery of over 25 million PPE equipment, masks, body covers, hand sanitizers, disinfectant liquid to all hospitals, and distributing 100 tons of other Covid help to more than 1,200 health facilities and 1135 institutions and individuals throughout Indonesia.
JNE also seeks to provide free assistance through collaborative programs with various parties such as: Andi F Noya (Benihbaik.com), Adib Hidayat & Kitabisa.com in the APD Kita program, BTP Foundation - Mr. Ahok, CT ARSA Foundation - Trans Media, Cotton Ink, Anne Avantie Foundation, MCI (Indonesian Mualaf Center) - Ikhlas Foundation, Dompet Kehumanan Media Group (DKMG) - Metro TV, Siaga Volunteers (Okay Oce) Sandiaga Uno, Foodbank of Indonesia (FOI). Donated to several local governments to help affected local MSMEs, including DKI Jakarta Provincial Government, West Java Provincial Government, Surabaya City Government, and Central Java Provincial Government. In addition, JNE made a donation in June 2021 to the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government of 225 bed units for isolation facilities and Covid-19 patients at the Nagrak Flats (Rusun), Marunda, Cilincing, North Jakarta.
Iyus added, with this strategic collaboration, JNE will continue to realize the spirit of “Connecting Happiness” which is to deliver happiness to remote areas of the country by sharing, loving and caring for others. “The program of activities and collaborations that we have started can continue to support various positive activities. This proper step is to help ease the burden on the government and to advance the national economy during the Covid-19 pandemic, which is not over yet,” he concluded.