Hasib, 40, and his wife Khomsiah, 38, in front of their shop. Photo: Muhammad RusmadiHasib, 40, and his wife Khomsiah, 38, in front of their shop. Photo: Muhammad Rusmadi
Hasib, 40, and his wife Khomsiah, 38, in front of their shop. Photo: Muhammad Rusmadi

Coronavirus: poor Indonesian families most at risk of sudden spike in infections

  • As fears spread that Indonesia has more infections than confirmed, activists are most concerned for those too poor to afford masks or treatment
  • According to international organisations, nearly 100 million Indonesian families or individuals live on US$2 a day or less

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hasib, 40, and his wife Khomsiah, 38, in front of their shop. Photo: Muhammad RusmadiHasib, 40, and his wife Khomsiah, 38, in front of their shop. Photo: Muhammad Rusmadi
Hasib, 40, and his wife Khomsiah, 38, in front of their shop. Photo: Muhammad Rusmadi
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