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Indonesia entered the pandemic period on the cusp of reform, with the newly elected government determined to support human capital development and address structural challenges to growth and investment.
Indonesia was in the process of rolling out its Universal Health Care system prior to Covid-19, but disparities in service provision and accessibility remained between different regions. This report looks at how telemedicine and digital services can bridge health care gaps, with a particular focus on how telemedicine firms boosted the response to Covid-19 and the likely long-term implications for growth in this segment.
Although lacking the capital buffers and advanced medical infrastructure of the more developed economies in Asia, Myanmar has so successfully limited the spread of Covid-19 through integrated fiscal, monetary, social and health policy efforts.