"In the first phase, we will receive 120,050 doses," said the Jakarta Health Agency's Health Resources Division Head Ani Ruspitawati here on Monday.
According to the local official, the Jakarta Health Agency recently received 39.200 doses and will receive 80,850 doses on January 7.
The Indoenesian government plans to launch its covid-19 vaccination program this month. The first group to be vaccinated is medical staff in the upcoming one to three months. There are 1.3 millions of medical staff in 34 provinces who serve as the frontier in fighting against covid-19 pandemic.
On the second phase, the Indonesian government will give vaccine to 17.4 million public officers, followed by 21.5 million of senior citizens aged 60 years and above
The last group to be vaccinated is the general public.
Indonesia's Covid-19 Handling Task Force reported 6,753 new coronavirus cases on Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 772,103.
From Sunday noon until Monday noon, the total number of recovered coronavirus patients was up by 7,166 to 639,103.
Meanwhile, Indonesia's official covid-19 death toll rose by 177 to 22,911.