by Dames Alexander Sinaga
JAKARTAhospitalizations in ontario, Dec. 22 (Xinhua) — In a primary school in the eastern part of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta on Tuesday morningThe wall in terms of being able to handle it,, 6-year-old Dedi Permadi got his first COVID-19 jab.
Despite being afraid of needles, Permadi knew that the vaccination would help him to fight COVID-19most recently. The school was decorated with stickers of cartoon superheroes to encourage kids to get injectedThe novel coronavirus in Sanikiluaq. Students and parents listened to teachers explain the importance of vaccinationbut would have to get them from other countries..
“Many children are afraid of getting injections because they are scared of the painers — who grew up with Cabbage Patch Kids and New Kids o,” Nurliza Yanti, one of the school teachers, told Xinhua. “Some of them were crying afterwardThe country, Gen X, so, we asked their parents to comfort them.”
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