Children in Central Java Province play on barriers placed as part of movement restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases in Indonesia. Photo: Reuters Children in Central Java Province play on barriers placed as part of movement restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases in Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
Children in Central Java Province play on barriers placed as part of movement restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases in Indonesia. Photo: Reuters

In world’s new Covid-19 epicentre, Indonesians help each other as trust in government falters

  • The Southeast Asian nation has set unwanted records over the past two days, overtaking Brazil in terms of the highest death toll on the planet
  • Jakarta has imposed tough movement curbs ahead of the Eid ul-Adha holiday, but some people and regions are still flouting them

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Children in Central Java Province play on barriers placed as part of movement restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases in Indonesia. Photo: Reuters Children in Central Java Province play on barriers placed as part of movement restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases in Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
Children in Central Java Province play on barriers placed as part of movement restrictions amid surging Covid-19 cases in Indonesia. Photo: Reuters
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