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Indonesia Is Punishing People Who Don’t Wear Masks By Forcing Them To Do Push Ups

People in Indonesia who don’t wear face masks and break coronavirus restrictions may now be forced to do push ups as punishment.

With COVID-19 cases continuously rising in the country, some regions have implemented unconventional penalties for those who break the rules for containing the virus and refuse to pay a fine.

According to the Jakarta Post, some of the other punishments include picking weeds, running a 800 meter sprint under the sun, sweeping roads, digging graves and lying in a coffin to reflect on their actions as police officers and members of military watch over them.

Indonesia has the highest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in southeast Asia, with more than 470,600 confirmed cases and 15,200 deaths, according to the New York Times.

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