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Indonesia has granted the early release of 38,822 inmates as of April 20 amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The measure, however, only slightly lessens the burden on prisons – many of which are overcrowded and understaffed.
In Jakarta – the national epicenter of the virus, prisons are working to maintain the health of their staff and remaining inmates with help from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
(The Law and Human Rights Ministry’s Corrections Directorate General)
(JP/I Gede Dharma JS and Yuliasri Perdani)