According to him, the form of counseling that had been carried out was a vaccine for drug diseases very needed by the community so far.
"Now people are busy looking for and waiting for the COVID-19 vaccine, but the Police Chief Nico has created a drug virus vaccine with this online education," he pointed out.
Paulus acknowledged that a similar webinar had never been held in other places. Thus, according to him, it deserves an award.
The number of participants who joined virtually 1,981 from the TNI-Polri, local governments, organizations, school students, university students, and the general public.
The committee noted, 815 participants participated in the Zoom application, 250 through Youtube live streaming, and 50 Instagram accounts. Leprid also broadcasted live on Facebook with 5,000 active viewers throughout the webinar which lasted for more than two hours.
Besides the police chief as the initiator, Leprid also bestowed an award to the South Kalimantan Provincial Police's Directorate of Narcotics Investigation as the organizer who cooperated with the Ministry of Health.
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