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Indonesia, Covid 19

Between political legacy and the pandemic | New Straits Times

#NSTopinion #Indonesia is swimming in #Covid19.

25/7/2021 7:49:00 PM

NSTopinion Indonesia is swimming in Covid19.

Indonesia is swimming in Covid-19 . The curve rocketed significantly in the past two months, added with the news that a doctor opposed the handling of the pandemic.

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