‘It was so painful. But staying in Indonesia every day with no news is even more painful.’
As coronavirus cases surge in South Sulawesi, officials are creating what some have termed a ‘plague ship’ for over 800 patients, despite experts’ concerns.
Makassar, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, is home to thousands of refugees and asylum seekers. Legally, all are ‘transiting’ the country – even if they’ve been there for years.