SHANGHAI/BANDUNG, Indonesia -- Starting at noon on select days, green hospital curtains go up on the windows and doors of a Puskesmas -- a spare, government-run medical clinic that resembles a large shed -- in the heart of the city of Bandung in Indonesia. One by one, people begin to arrive, almost furtively ushered into the interior by officers. They emerge hours later with a single plaster on their arm.
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