Indonesia fears rainy season as Covid-19 isolation wards flood


Even as Indonesia grapples with a second wave of Covid-19 that caused infections to peak at over 50,000 new cases a day in July, an even darker cloud looming on the horizon threatens to make things even worse: the rainy season.

The season traditionally stretches from approximately September to April, but heavy rains have already begun to fall in some places, fuelling fears that a combination of the second wave – which has been made worse by the more aggressive Delta variant – and heavy…

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