Jakarta cemetery space running out as Covid-19 cases goes above 190,000 and death toll at 7,940


Workers dig graves while others place the body of a Covid-19 victim in a burial plot at the Pondok Ranggon public cemetery in East Java on July 27. East Jakarta’s Pondok Ranggon cemetery expects to run out of space for Covid-19 graves in October because of the recent increase in the number of burials. - The Jakarta Post/Asian News Network

JAKARTA, Sept 5 (Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia records 3,128 new Covid-19 positive cases in 24 hours bringing the overall positive cases in the republic currently to 190,665 cases.

For the period from 12 noon yesterday until 12 noon today, 108 more deaths occurred, making the total cumulative deaths now at 7,940 people.

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