Paramedics wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the body of a man who died suddenly on the street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE Paramedics wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the body of a man who died suddenly on the street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Paramedics wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the body of a man who died suddenly on the street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: Indonesia’s migrant workers urged not to return home as Widodo declares state of emergency

  • Provinces are scrambling to shut their borders, with the governor of West Java saying that those heading for their hometowns will ‘worsen the situation’
  • Thousands of people are fleeing the nation’s capital, Jakarta, where most of Indonesia’s 1,528 confirmed infections have been reported

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Paramedics wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the body of a man who died suddenly on the street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE Paramedics wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the body of a man who died suddenly on the street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Paramedics wearing protective suits spray disinfectant on the body of a man who died suddenly on the street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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