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Is Indonesia the next India? The Coronavirus Crisis in Indonesia With Irma Hidayana

How did Indonesia become the latest COVID-19 hot spot? Can the new wave of the virus be attributed to dangerous new variants, lack of funding, government mismanagement, or a combination of factors? 

Irma Hidayana, an independent public health activist with a Ph.D. in health and behavior studies from Columbia University, talks with John Torpey, presidential professor of sociology and history and director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, about Indonesia’s current battle with COVID-19 and local civil society efforts to track the pandemic’s spread. Dr. Hidayama is a lead at LaporCovid19, a civil society effort to track COVID-related data in Indonesia.

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Submitted on: JUL 19, 2021

Category: International Horizons | Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies