JAKARTA, Indonesia

Dozens of small food stalls in Indonesia are offering free lunches to help people who are financially struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The food stalls, locally known as Warung Tegal, referring to their origin in the city of Tegal in the Central Java province, sell various kinds of side dishes at affordable prices.

The Amanah stall in the city of Depok, West Java province, is one of them.

On Friday, the stall was crowded with daily wage workers such as pedicab drivers, trash scavengers, and public transportation drivers who came to enjoy free lunches.

These workers are among

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