Freeze on Indonesian labour extended after 700 Covid deaths in August

Freeze on Indonesian labour extended after 700 Covid deaths in August

3/12/2021 4:06:00 AM

Freeze on Indonesian labour extended after 700 Covid deaths in August

Indonesian Ambassador Hermono speaks to Malaysiakini on health and forced labour.

The freeze will only be lifted once Covid-19 cases drop and the workers' rights are improved.The temporary freeze on the movement of its labour force into Malaysia was initially announced by Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower when the country closed its borders last year due to the global pandemic.

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Hermono, who like many Indonesians uses only one name, toldMalaysiakinithat even as Covid cases and deaths in Malaysia rose dramatically in the third quarter of this year, the death toll among Indonesians peaked at a devastating number.“There were 408 deaths in July and 700 deaths in August and most of them died in their dwellings because they were too afraid to go to government hospitals,” he said, in an exclusive interview.

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