Indonesia's gravediggers battle virus fears

Gravediggers at Pondok Ranggon public cemetary in Indonesia's East Jakarta are overcoming fears and fatigue, trying to keep up with the influx of confirmed and suspected coronavirus victims.

They dig at least 20 fresh graves daily, marked with white wooden poles that list the name, birthdate and day the occupant died.

But they can hardly keep up with the influx of confirmed and suspected virus victims.