Indonesia reports 3,636 new COVID-19 cases ahead of curbs in capital

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Indonesia reports sixth consecutive day of over 3,000 new infections Capital Jakarta to re-impose restrictions from Monday    A medical worker wearing a protective suit is pictured at Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, which is prepared for a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) isolation facility, as an outbreak of the disease continues in Bekasi, on the outskirts of Jakarta, Indonesia, September 10, 2020.JAKARTA - Indonesia on Sunday reported its sixth consecutive day of over 3,000 new cases of novel coronavirus infection, just as the capital city of Southeast Asia's most populous country prepares to re-impose social distancing restrictions.New infections on Sunday reached 3,636 with new deaths at 73, showed data from the health ministry's website. That brought the total number of infections to 218,382 and deaths to 8,723.To try and stem the spread of more...