Portrait of Maria Ulfah (left) and Kharina Defi (right), two health workers at a drive thru free rapid test in Kemayoran, Jakarta, initiated by Halodoc, an Indonesian local start-up.

As of May 2, 2020, based on Indonesian government’s official count, there are 10,843 positive cases and 831 deaths in the whole Indonesian archipelago. The number is still expected to rise in the upcoming days as various studies believe the total cases are much higher since Indonesia ranks among the lowest testing-rate in the world.