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Indonesia tightens restrictions amid rising COVID-19 cases

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Jakarta, Jul 8 (EFE/EPA).- The Indonesian government has imposed more restrictions from 3 to 20 July, amid rising COVID-19 infections. Indonesia has recorded over 2,300,000 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases since the beginning of the pandemic. (Camera: BAGUS INDAHONO).SHOT LIST: INDONESIAN POLICE OFFICERS INSPECT MOTORISTS AT A CHECK POINT, ENFORCING THE IMPOSITION OF COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESTRICTIONS IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA.

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