Indonesia’s government was slow to lock down, so its people took charge

Local quarantines have sprung up throughout the world’s largest island nation, but the end of Ramadan poses a severe test.

Crowds gather to receive aid distributed by the Indonesian Marines during the coronavirus pandemic in Gunung Sahari, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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