Endless first wave: how Indonesia failed to control coronavirus

Only last week Luhut Pandjaitan, Indonesia’s maritime minister and close confidant of the country’s president, touted

The Potential to Get Out of the Problem of COVID-19

Positive cases of COVID-19 in Indonesia are still increasing.

A review of how the nation is battling COVID-19
The COVID-19 situation is already bad in Indonesia, which now has the highest death toll in Southeast Asia just a few weeks after declaring itself “virus-free”. As of Wednesday, Indonesia had reported 686 cases with 55 deaths.  The crisis is likely going to get worse. Experts predict that more than 70,000 Indonesians will have been infected by the disease as of Ramadan and Idul Fitri, during which millions of the country’s Muslims typically travel to their hometowns. 
Indonesia's COVID-19 tally rises to 172

Health Ministry Disease Control and Prevention director general Achmad Yurianto said most of the new cases