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The Overseas Indonesian Students Association (PPI-Dunia) estimates that there are around 60,000 Indonesian students in 57 countries across the globe. PPI-Dunia said it had yet to receive reports about Indonesian students abroad contracting COVID-19 students nevertheless remained vigilant and limited outdoor activities.
The Jakarta Post spoke with Nikko Akbar, PPI-Dunia spokesperson, and Nadhira Afifa, an Indonesian student in Boston, US, to find out about their experiences abroad.