JAKARTA: The transmission of the coronavirus in Indonesia, a country with more than a quarter-billion people, may increase exponentially if the government makes no immediate effort to reduce the spread.
Using exponential function analysis, we estimate – with data gathered since Mar 2 and assuming the doubling times are similar as Iran’s and Italy’s – that at the end of April 2020, there may be 11,000 to 71,000 COVID-19 cases in Indonesia.
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Cybercriminals use informational influence of coronavirus pandemic offering community data or false news containing malware meant for theft of private information. We recommend you to visit World Health Organization site to get current information and stick to the following 5 rules that will help you to avoid malware and desinformation about COVID-19.
5 safety tips
Check your sources — use sites with a good track record about accuracy and reliability of information.
Obviously do not click the links inside suspicious mails.
Do not open attachments. First of all, check mail authenticity even if you know a sender really well.
Check website links for weird misprints, added digits, and other stuff that might be suspicious.
Think of means of transferring. Anyone can write or edit message in Facebook, WhatsApp or Twitter.