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Covid 19 coronavirus: Anti-maskers forced to dig graves for virus victims in Indonesia

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Covid 19 coronavirus: Anti-maskers forced to dig graves for virus victims in IndonesiaIndonesian authorities have ordered a group of anti-maskers who broke the country's mask laws to dig graves for Covid-19 victims.East Java province officials punished eight mask violaters with manual labour at the local cemetery...
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Eight Indonesian men were ordered by local authorities to dig graves for COVID-19 victims as a punishment for not wearing face masks in public. Footage filmed on Monday (September 14) in Cerme district, Gresik, East Java shows the men digging graves at a public cemetery in the village of Ngabetan....

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