At least 25 Indonesian doctors die of Covid-19, association says

Shop attendants waiting for customers behind a sheet of plastic installed to help curb the spread of the coronavirus at a pharmacy in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Monday (April 6). Indonesia confirmed 218 new Covid-19 cases, its biggest daily rise, taking the national tally to 2,491, the Health Ministry said. - AP

JAKRAT: At least 25 Indonesian doctors have died after contracting the Covid-19 (coronavirus) symptoms, the country's medical association said Monday (April 6), raising alarm about the toll the disease is taking on health workers.

"At least 19 doctors and six dentists have succumbed to Covid-19," said Halik Malik, spokesman for the Indonesian Medical Association, referring to the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus.

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