After having been in the entertainment industry for almost three decades, some of us might be wondering: what can’t Agnez Mo do? The diva, one of Indonesia’s biggest musical exports to date, is now involved in the fight against COVID-19 as she established a free vaccination center.
The 34-year-old singer recently posted videos showing the vaccination center, which she said was jointly established with her godfather, bearing the logo of AGP (Artha Graha Peduli). Located at the non-profit organization’s Ancol Field Hospital and another one at Artha Gading Mall in North Jakarta, the program runs in conjunction with the puskesmas (community health center) in Pademangan, supported by around 60 health workers and 120 volunteers.
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“The clinic that we built has full facilities. Not only the place to inject the vaccine, but we’re also ready with the ambulance, emergency room, lab, and others,” Agnez wrote in the caption.
Agnez said the vaccination center also provides food for those who come to get their jab there. Additionally, if you’re a member of Agnez’s official fanclub Agnation, you can register yourself for a COVID-19 vaccination at the clinic through email.
Many of Agnez’s fans and the indifferent alike have praised her initiative while also expressing hope for other Indonesian celebrities to establish similar facilities to help accelerate Indonesia’s vaccination rate.
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