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Jakarta/Bali, Apr 24 (EFE/EPA).- Indonesia, the country with the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in Southeast Asia, on Friday suspended all air and sea travels in both domestic and international routes.The travel ban will remain in effect until June 1, but special chartered trips to repatriate Indonesians or allow foreigners to return to their countries are allowed to operate, said director general of aviation, Novie Riyanto Rahardjo.The Indonesian government has so far confirmed 7,775 cases of COVID-19 with 647 deaths. (Camera: MAST IRHAM/MADE NAGI).SHOSTLIST: THE SOEKARNO-HATTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OF JAKARTA AND THE NGURAH RAIN INTERNATIONAL IN BALI, INDONESIA.

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