Dengue fever, also known as DBD, is a mosquito-borne viral infection that affects millions of people worldwide each year. In Indonesia, the number of dengue cases has been on the rise in recent years, making it a major public health concern.

One of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of dengue fever is through vaccination. The dengue vaccine works by stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies that can fight off the virus if a person is exposed to it. However, in order for the vaccine to be effective, it is important that individuals receive the proper dosage.

The recommended dosage for the dengue vaccine is a series of three doses, given at 0, 6, and 12 months. It is important that individuals receive all three doses in order to ensure maximum protection against the virus. Studies have shown that individuals who receive all three doses of the vaccine are less likely to develop severe dengue fever or require hospitalization if they do contract the virus.

In order to achieve herd immunity and effectively control the spread of dengue fever, it is important that a high percentage of the population receive the vaccine. This not only protects individuals who have been vaccinated but also helps to protect those who are unable to receive the vaccine, such as young children or individuals with compromised immune systems.

In Indonesia, efforts are being made to increase access to the dengue vaccine and ensure that individuals receive the proper dosage. Health authorities are working to educate the public about the importance of vaccination and the benefits of receiving all three doses of the vaccine.

By ensuring that individuals receive the proper dosage of the dengue vaccine, we can work towards reducing the burden of dengue fever in Indonesia and ultimately prevent the spread of this potentially deadly virus. Let us all do our part to protect ourselves and our communities by getting vaccinated against dengue fever.