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(From The Jakarta Post)
Irregularities had been found among 16 recommended hospitals supposed to provide free medical services for poor dengue fever patients, the Jakarta Health Agency admitted on Thursday. However, the agency said it would not impose any sanctions on the hospitals.
"The 16 hospitals recommended by the agency should have provided free treatment and should have not charged any fees, including medicine and administration fees, as long as the patients are being treated at third- class wards and suffer from dengue," agency official Murdiati Umbas said.
Murdiati said hospitals must not ask patients for an ID cards or letters issued by …