As COVID-19 Cases And Deaths Soar In Indonesia, Government Enacts Strict Curbs
Indonesia's president announced new measures aimed at containing the spread of COVID-19 in his country. The new restrictions only apply to parts of the main island Java and the resort island of Bali.
NPR’s Michael Sullivan reports.
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