As COVID emergency measures start, Indonesians ‘crying for help’

Indonesia has rolled out more restrictions in its capital Jakarta, the main island of Java and the tourist hub of Bali. Mosques, restaurants and shopping malls have been closed after a record number of new daily infections and deaths. The healthcare system is on the brink of collapse. Al Jazeera’s Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta, Indonesia.

Indonesian businesses ignoring new COVID-19 restrictions despite rising cases | The World

Indonesia appears to be heading towards a coronavirus disaster with the country struggling to cope with an explosion of cases caused by the Delta variant. Resty Woro Yuniar, a reporter for South China Morning Post in Jakarta, tells The World while the health system is collapsing under the mounting cases, some Indonesian businesses are not following the new rules. Subscribe: