June 13, 2020, 11.52 PM
It has been nearly 100 days since the first cases of Coronavirus in Indonesia was first confirmed and the country has plenty to improve. KOMPAS.COM/FIRMANSYAHIt has been nearly 100 days since the first cases of Coronavirus in Indonesia was first confirmed and the country has plenty to improve.

KOMPAS.com – It has been nearly 100 days since the first early cases of Coronavirus in Indonesia was first confirmed.

The country’s first case was announced by Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowo) on 2 March 2020.

Since then, Indonesia Coronavirus-related cases continue to surge and experts are saying the archipelagic nation has not yet reached the peak of the curve.

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As of 13 June, cases of Coronavirus in Indonesia have surpassed 37,000 infections in which 2,091 people have died.

Deaths resulting from Coronavirus in Indonesia are also the highest among the ASEAN Member-States (AMS).

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While there is good news after over three months, there are plenty of lessons to be learned for Indonesia to improve.

Lessons for Covid-19 Management in Indonesia

When it was first announced that Coronavirus in Indonesia had already spread, the government and society undermined the significant situation.

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