Lack of testing, mixed messages from the government and a rush to reopen.
No, not the U.S., but Indonesia, which has been hit far worse by the coronavirus than any country in Southeast Asia — more than 80,000 confirmed cases with over 3,200 dead, as of Thursday.
Epidemiologists say it didn't have to be this way.
"We have a lot of big, missed opportunities," says Pandu Riono at the University of Indonesia. "If you want to protect the people, do something seriously and do something right."
Indonesia's central government, he says, hasn't done much of either.