Indonesia mourns coronavirus victims as daily death toll reached another record high

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Indonesia has emerged as a major epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic since early July 2021, when the highly contagious Delta variant began to sweep across the Southeast Asian country. On July 27, health authorities reported more than 2,000 deaths, a single-day record for the country where 88,659 have died from the illness. Over 45,000 new infections were confirmed the same day, bringing the island nation’s overall case tally to more than 3.2 million.

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