The country is targeting the people who are most mobile due to their jobs, as well as regions with the highest number of coronavirus cases.
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With new cases topping 30,000 a week, Indonesia faces an urgent logistical challenge to ensure that vaccines are distributed across a country spanning thousands of kilometers.
Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, was eerily calm on Thursday morning after two nights of deadly clashes between protesters and police that left seven dead and hundreds injured. The unusually subdued mood in what is normally a frenetic and noisy urban sprawl of more than 30 million ...