Health workers conduct a mass vaccination for the Covid-19 coronavirus at Senayan stadium in Jakarta on Thursday. Photo: AFP Health workers conduct a mass vaccination for the Covid-19 coronavirus at Senayan stadium in Jakarta on Thursday. Photo: AFP
Health workers conduct a mass vaccination for the Covid-19 coronavirus at Senayan stadium in Jakarta on Thursday. Photo: AFP

Indonesia’s coronavirus vaccine roll-out complicated by mistrust, broken fridges and fears of a ‘global Antichrist conspiracy’

  • Infections and deaths are rising faster than ever, and it is feared that it will be months before the general population starts to be inoculated
  • Although President Joko Widodo said he hoped about 1 million people a day could be vaccinated, the number currently stands at 50,000

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Health workers conduct a mass vaccination for the Covid-19 coronavirus at Senayan stadium in Jakarta on Thursday. Photo: AFP Health workers conduct a mass vaccination for the Covid-19 coronavirus at Senayan stadium in Jakarta on Thursday. Photo: AFP
Health workers conduct a mass vaccination for the Covid-19 coronavirus at Senayan stadium in Jakarta on Thursday. Photo: AFP
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