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Indonesia's Deadliest ER

Monday, February 12 2018 00:00 WIB

Sepi Boma looked haggard. He said that he had only slept a few hours over the past week. During that time, the 18-year-old student watched over Simon Boma, 23, his older brother who was being treated at the Abepura Regional General Hospital (RSUD). When Tempo visited the morgue at RSUD Abepura in early October last year, Simon was already laid out in a coffin. Sepi would occasionally go to the administration office to take care of documents for their return to the Wamena Regency.

Indonesia's Deadliest ER
The mortality rate for hospital patients in Papua is the highest in Indonesia. Despite having an ample budget, medical services and hospital facilities are still poor.

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  • Sepi Boma looked haggard. He said that he had only slept a few hours over the past week. During that time, the 18-year-old student watched over Simon Boma, 23, his older brother who was being treated at the Abepura Regional General Hospital (RSUD). When Tempo visited the morgue at RSUD Abepura in early October last year, Simon was already laid out in a coffin. Sepi would occasionally go to the administration office to take care of documents for

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