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PHILIPPINES/INDONESIA: The two that stand apart

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Of the large Southeast Asian economies, the Philippines and Indonesia continue to grapple with the highest absolute number of new daily coronavirus diagnoses, and the trend is still unclear as to whether either country has reached a plateau. Weak testing and contact tracing capabilities, as well as porous internal movement controls are considered the likeliest reasons for the persistent spread of the virus. In the case of the Philippines for instance, returning migrant workers from abroad and an ill-timed program to convince urban residents to move out of metro Manila seem to be driving the sp
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