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Indonesia to ban foreign travelers due to new strain of Covid

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Jakarta, Dec 29 (EFE/EPA).- Indonesia has recorded over seven hundred thousand cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. The Indonesian government will close its borders to all foreign visitors from January 1 to January 14 2021 as a measure to tackle the spread of the disease. (Camera: BAGUS INDAHONO)SHOT LIST: HEALTHCARE WORKERS COLLECT SWAB SAMPLES AT SENEN TRAIN STATION IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA.

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