How was Indonesia's recent COVID-19 spike triggered? | COVID-19 Special


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How was Indonesia's recent COVID-19 spike triggered? | COVID-19 Special



In early summer Indonesia became the global epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. On the island of Java, volunteers help bury the dead.
DW reports on 12-year-old Denaz, who’s lost both of his parents to Covid-19. He is one of around 15,000 children in Indonesia orphaned by the pandemic.

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  1. Singapore covid is worse. 4000 daily cases in 5m population is like 300,000 in the 400m Indonesia population. In proportion to population, sg is having 1,200 deaths a day. Very risky place to be.

  2. the population of Indonesia 273,5 mln daily average death in October, from covid, is 50 people per day. Now the chance to die from covid is 0.000018%, perhaps it is time to stop freaking out people with Covid. Let's say, for the sake of argument and assume that the stats are wrong and they were hiding and the death toll is reduced by 100 times, yet, 50*100=5000, then odds are 0.0018% DW, bitte hor auf.

  3. Those burial volunteers are wonderful, true heroes. Their families should be so proud of them. I, personally, am in awe of these wonderful people and what they are doing to help bereaved families find peace after their loss.

  4. There is a good news from indonesia, after daily cases skyrocketed in june/july, 15 october for the first time after months of covid pandemic, indonesia experiencing daily cases under 1000 cases per day. Now it's about 630 daily cases. Hope this trends continue and soon we will reach daily cases under 100 cases per day and then move to under 50 cases

  5. I lost my brother to Covid last July. It was the most devastating and stressful weeks in my life. Between grieving and arranging my brother's funeral while worrying about my father's decreasing oxygen level, I felt I was losing my mind.