Indonesian health workers dying amid equipment shortages

Many health workers in Indonesia are dealing with rising numbers of coronavirus cases with inadequate protective equipment.

    Many health workers in Indonesia dealing with rising numbers of coronavirus cases say they are risking their lives because their protective equipment is inadequate.

    At least eight doctors and a nurse have died after contracting the illness.

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta.


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