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Indonesia's GoTo to set up oxygen supply facility as COVID surges

'Super app' provider teams with gas major and business group to fight shortage

Indonesia is suffering from a lack of hospital beds and oxygen as coronavirus infections tear through the country.    © Reuters

JAKARTA -- GoTo, Indonesia's largest tech company, is leading an effort to create a facility dedicated to providing oxygen to those suffering from COVID-19, as hospitals suffer a supply shortage due to a surge in cases sweeping the country.

Jakarta-based GoTo, Aneka Gas Industri, an Indonesia Stock Exchange-listed industrial gas company, and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce on Monday jointly announced the initiative. 

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