Báo Dailymail đăng tin tại Indonesia(Nam Dương) những ai không chịu mang khẩu trang khi tiếp xúc công cộng bị phạt phải đào huyệt cho nạn nhân chết vì Covid-19

Anyone refusing to wear a mask is made to dig GRAVES for Covid-19 victims as punishment in East Java

  • Eight people have been made to dig graves for Covid victims in Gresik regency
  • The punishment was issued as a ‘deterrent’ for breaking coronavirus protocols
  • Indonesia’s Covid case count rose by 3,636 yesterday, taking its total to 218,382 

By Joe Davies For Mailonline

Published: 04:16 EDT, 14 September 2020 | Updated: 10:54 EDT, 14 September 2020

Face mask rebels in east Java have been ordered to dig graves for coronavirus victims as punishment.

Eight people who refused to wear face masks in Gresik regency were made to dig graves at a public cemetery in Ngabetan village. 

The people being punished did not participate in funeral services but two were assigned to dig each grave.

Cerme district head Suyono said: ‘There are only three available grave diggers at the moment, so I thought I might as well put these people to work with them. Grave diggers wearing coronavirus face masks prepare for a funeral at Pondok Rangon Public Cemetery in east Jakarta+7

Grave diggers wearing coronavirus face masks prepare for a funeral at Pondok Rangon Public Cemetery in east JakartaAs the number of residents exposed to more and more victims fell back, the number of burrows left for the bodies of Covid-19 patients at this burial site is only around 1,100 burrows+7

As the number of residents exposed to more and more victims fell back, the number of burrows left for the bodies of Covid-19 patients at this burial site is only around 1,100 burrowsA funeral officer rests in a special area for coronavirus victims' bodies in Pondok Rangon Public Cemetery, East Jakarta, on Friday+7

A funeral officer rests in a special area for coronavirus victims’ bodies in Pondok Rangon Public Cemetery, East Jakarta, on Friday

The number of Covid-19 cases is continuing to rise in Cerme, prompting the village to strengthen safety measures.

Residents who ignore the new protocols are subject to fines or community service as punishment by law.

Indonesia saw its coronavirus case count rise by 3,636 yesterday, taking its total number of cases to since the pandemic began up to 218,382. Workers dig holes at a burial site for victims of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Jakarta on September 11

Workers dig holes at a burial site for victims of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Jakarta on September 11Indonesia's coronavirus death toll stands at 8,723 but true numbers of infected and deceased are estimated to be significantly higher due to a comparative lack of testing in the country

Indonesia’s coronavirus death toll stands at 8,723 but true numbers of infected and deceased are estimated to be significantly higher due to a comparative lack of testing in the countryIndonesia saw its coronavirus case count rise by 3,636 yesterday, taking its total number of cases to since the pandemic began up to 218,382

Indonesia saw its coronavirus case count rise by 3,636 yesterday, taking its total number of cases to since the pandemic began up to 218,382The world has seen a new record of 307,930 coronavirus cases in a day, only the second time that the daily figure has been above 300,000+7

The world has seen a new record of 307,930 coronavirus cases in a day, only the second time that the daily figure has been above 300,000 

Jakarta has seen the highest number of cases since the pandemic began at 54,220, while east Java has seen 38,088.

The country’s death toll stands at 8,723 but true numbers of infected and deceased are estimated to be significantly higher due to a comparative lack of testing in the country.

Nadi bin Eji, who works in at one of the two cemeteries in Jakarta where coronavirus victims are buried said 2,600 burials have taken place in eight new plots since the beginning of pandemic.

The Pondok Ranggon cemetery told ABC: ‘Last week we buried 201 people with COVID protocols.’

He on burials from 7am until almost midnight for the last week and said he feels ‘worried’ his neighbours think he could spread coronavirus to the wider community. Read more:

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