Indonesia prepares to open economy even as COVID-19 risk lingers
Up to 340,000 security personnel will enforce safety protocols
People observe social distancing at a shopping mall in Tangerang, on the outskirts of Jakarta, on May 26.
JAKARTA -- "The new normal" is the catchphrase among Indonesian government officials seeking an exit from partial lockdowns across the sprawling archipelago.
But with the country still contending with a high number of new daily cases, policymakers are delivering mixed messages to an uneasy public.
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