Health Ministry refutes US accusation that PeduliLindungi app violates human rights

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Health Ministry Covid-19 spokesperson Siti Nadia Tarmizi. (Source: Kompas)

Jakarta, IO – Health Ministry spokesperson Siti Nadia Tarmizi said the use of PeduliLindungi Covid pass has succeeded in protecting residents from Covid-19 infections, in response to accusations by the US Department of State that the app violates human rights.

According to Nadia, between 2021-2022, PeduliLindungi has prevented 3,733,067 people with “red” status (single vaccinated) from entering public spaces.

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In addition, the app has also prevented 538,659 attempts by people with “black” status (infected) from traveling domestically or accessing closed public spaces.