There's No Way 267 Million People Had Zero Cases
A member of the Indonesian Red Cross Society (IFRC) wearing protective suit and mask sprays disinfectant inside a classroom of a school in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Photographer Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg)

There's No Way 267 Million People Had Zero Cases

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(Bloomberg Opinion) -- In a matter of weeks, the world’s fourth-most populous nation went from reporting zero coronavirus cases to having the highest death toll in Southeast Asia. Now its currency ...
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