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Indonesia continues mass Covid-19 vaccination drive

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Bali, Jun 26 (EFE/EPA).- The Indonesian island of Bali on Saturday continued to speed up its vaccination drive in major tourist areas as the Indonesian government plans to reopen the island to foreign tourists by the end of July. Indonesia has so far recorded over 2 million cases of COVID-19 and over 55,000 deaths since the beginning of pandemic. (Camera: MADE NAGI)SHOT LIST: VACCINATION DRIVE IN BALI, INDONESIA.

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