A visitor to the Wonocolo Police Station in Surabaya, Indonesia, scans their vaccine information before entering. Photo: Ivan Darski
A visitor to the Wonocolo Police Station in Surabaya, Indonesia, scans their vaccine information before entering. Photo: Ivan Darski

An Indonesian woman tried to report an attempted rape. She was turned away for being unvaccinated

  • Legal experts say refusing to allow someone to file a report is a breach of human rights, but police say they were just following government directives
  • Only 25 per cent of Indonesians are fully vaccinated, with criticisms about the slow roll-out and questions about the use of Chinese-made Sinovac vaccines

A visitor to the Wonocolo Police Station in Surabaya, Indonesia, scans their vaccine information before entering. Photo: Ivan Darski
A visitor to the Wonocolo Police Station in Surabaya, Indonesia, scans their vaccine information before entering. Photo: Ivan Darski
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