Indonesia’s Covid death toll has now surpassed 100,000, according to CNBC Indonesia, citing health ministry data, APA reports citing BBC.
Case numbers in the south-east Asian country have also risen to more than 3.5 million - the highest in the region.
On Monday the government announced that curbs on movement, first introduced on 3 July, would be extended until next week in some parts of Indonesia.
The heaviest restrictions will remain in place across areas of Java and Bali.
Indonesia launched its vaccine programme in January, but the government has frequently missed its targets because of logistical issues, supply constraints, and vaccine hesitancy amongst the population.