Meanwhile, the number of first dose recipients increased by 839,608 to reach 140,205,046.
According to the Health Ministry, 46.34 percent of the targeted 208,265,720 recipients have been immunized so far. The government had set the target in order to build herd immunity.
So far, 1,922,615 health workers have been fully vaccinated against the virus out of the 1,468,764 targeted recipients.
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Among the elderly category, 7,415,686 people have received the second dose out of the 21,553,118 targeted recipients.
Among public workers, 20,997,222 have been administered both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The number of vaccinated people in this group has exceeded the target, which was set at 17,327,167 people.
A total number of 50,470,357 people from the vulnerable and general category have obtained the second dose against the target of 141,211,181, as per the ministry's data.
Meanwhile, 14, 554, 975 children aged 12–17 have been fully vaccinated against the virus. The government is targeting to vaccinate 26,705,490 children in this age group.
Earlier, COVID-19 Task Force spokesperson and expert team chief Wiku Bakti Bawono Adisasmito had said that the government is considering rolling out booster vaccinations to prevent the spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
However, the current priority is to get people to complete the first and the second dose of vaccination, he informed.
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