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Funeral of COVID-19 victims held near Indonesian capital

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Tangerang, Jun 21 (EFE/EPA).- Indonesian workers on Monday buried coffins of COVID- 19 victims in the Indonesian city of Tangerang.Indonesia has recorded nearly 2 million COVID-19 cases since the beginning of pandemic. (Camera: ADI WEDA).SHOT LIST: WORKERS CLAD IN PROTECTIVE SUITS BURY COFFINS OF COVID-19 VICTIMS IN TANGERANG, INDONESIA.

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