BPJS encourages Indonesians to consistently lead healthy lifestyle

BPJS encourages Indonesians to consistently lead healthy lifestyle

The Health Care and Social Security Agency's (BPJS Kesehatan's) Primary Director Ali Ghufron Mukti while exercising at the Yogyakarta State University's Tennis Court on Sunday (October 24, 2021). (ANTARA/HO-BPJS Kesehatan/FR)

Keep up your spirits, stay healthy, stay strong. May God always grant protection to all of us and alleviate us
Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Health Care and Social Security Agency's (BPJS Kesehatan's) Primary Director, Ali Ghufron Mukti, along with health workers, has encouraged people to consistently lead a healthy lifestyle and continue to comply with health protocols.

In a written statement issued here on Monday, Mukti said despite the COVID-19 cases being on a decline, the people should stay vigilant while conducting activities.

While exercising with the Indonesian Medical Workers Association (ATMI) at Yogyakarta State University's Tennis Court on Sunday, he noted that one of the ways to lead a healthy lifestyle was through diligent exercise.

He also urged the people to adhere to health protocols set by the government while exercising in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, the primary director lauded the efforts made by the First Level Health Facility (FKTP) and health workers, who have consistently encouraged the people to lead a healthy lifestyle.


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To this day, BPJS Kesehatan continues to partner with all ministries or institutions, so that the National Health Insurance (JKN-KIS) Program can run optimally, he affirmed.

This collaboration comprised strengthening synergy with the regional government in backing the promotion of preventive efforts through provision of supporting facilities and infrastructure as well as fully utilizing digital technology.


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With this in place, the people can access services without having to leave their homes.

Using the same opportunity, Mukti expressed gratitude to health workers for having wholeheartedly served the JKN-KIS patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has protracted until now.

"Keep up your spirits, stay healthy, stay strong. May God always grant protection to all of us and alleviate us," he elaborated.


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