Indonesia is vaccinating younger people first. Here's why

With other countries opting to vaccine the elderly first, the world is watching this approach closely to determine its merits. Image: Hendra Nurdiyansyah/Antara Foto via REUTERS

Stanley Widianto

Politics Reporter, Reuters

Tabita Diela

Economics Reporter, Reuters


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