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Dangerous Pandemic Policies

Monday, September 7, 2020

THE government’s poor handling of the Covid-19 pandemic has played a significant role in the high number of deaths of healthcare workers in Indonesia.

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The chaos over the supply of personal protection equipment (PPE) is just one example of the incompetent crisis management of this pandemic. The administration of Joko Widodo should immediately put things right in order to prevent more deaths.

At least 181 health care workers in this nation—most of them doctors—have died of Covid-19 as of the beginning of September. According to Amnesty International, deaths in Indonesia are around 2


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