Coronavirus: People caught without masks forced to dig graves and get into coffins
People caught breaking COVID-19 rules in Indonesia are being made to dig graves and get into coffins.
In Gresik, East Java, patrols spot and stop people who aren't wearing face masks, who are given a choice of paying a fine of 150.000 IDR (£7.90) or doing coronavirus community service.
The country is the fourth most populous in the world and has the highest COVID-19 death rate in Southeast Asia.
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