Indonesia gov't urged to step up COVID-19 response

Health experts are warning that the virus crisis is far from abating - and could worsen unless tougher action is taken.

    Some of Indonesia's 267 million people are on the move again.

    The government has relaxed some domestic travel restrictions, but it is also being criticised for being too slow and inconsistent.

    Health experts are warning that the virus crisis is far from abating - and could worsen unless tougher action is taken.

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta, Indonesia.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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