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In Jakarta, 1,117 bodies were buried according to COVID-19 protocol between March 7 and April 17, the latest data from the city administration shows.
Jakarta is the epicenter of COVID-19 in Indonesia with almost half of the 6,575 COVID-19 cases in the country having occurred in the capital as of April 19.
Burials under COVID-19 protocol are given to confirmed and suspected COVID-19 victims. (JP/Donny Fernando)
(JP/Donny Fernando and Yuliasri Perdani)