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Indonesia had one doctor per 10,000 people at the onset of the coronavirus’ spread. Now there are even fewer, as doctors are dying on the frontlines of the pandemic without adequate protective gear. Indonesia is on track to be one of the next hotspots for COVID-19 cases, and the government’s late response to the pandemic has raised fears of doomsday mortality rates.
In this episode:
Jessica Washington (@JesWashington), Al Jazeera journalist in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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