Number of Indonesian orphans rises due to COVID-19
09 October 2021 | 10:46 am
Indonesia's second wave of COVID-19 infections has hit the country's children particularly hard. Thousands have succumbed to the more infectious Delta variant. Many others have lost parents. One estimate puts the number orphans at around 18,000.
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