As many as 42,104,839 Indonesians have received their second COVID-19 vaccine dose as of Monday, according to the Health Ministry.
The number of fully vaccinated Indonesians rose by 370,105 on Monday compared to the day before, the ministry said in a press statement released on Monday.
Meanwhile, the number of Indonesians receiving their first COVID-19 vaccine jab increased by 544,363 to reach 73,310,563.
The ministry also said the number of people receiving their third or booster shots reached 784,374, an increase of 5,544 compared to the previous day.
Overall, Indonesia is seeking to vaccinate 208,265,720 citizens to build herd immunity against the coronavirus under the nationwide vaccination drive, which was rolled out on January 13, 2021.
Indonesia added 2,577 COVD-19 cases in the 24 hours ending Monday afternoon, while the number of recoveries increased by 12,474, the ministry said.
Meanwhile, 276 patients succumbed to the infection the same day.
The number of active cases or patients receiving treatment 0and conducting self-isolation fell by 10,173 to reach 99,696.
A total of 177,234 specimens were examined on Monday, with the positivity rate reaching 2.14 percent.
Source: Antara News