Indonesia's population at 267 million is ten times Australia's.
Yet according to the World Health Organisation, there's not one case of novel 2019 Coronavirus in the country.
Estimates put Indonesia's ethnic Chinese population between 3 to 7 million people.
Muslim Pribumi Indonesians regard Chinese Indonesians as outsiders who interact with China, eat in Chinese restaurants and do business within their own circles, including with Chinese suppliers.
Given the Chinese connections woven into Indonesian society, and the fact there's ten times the number of people there, you have to wonder why we've got 12 cases and they say they have none.
It's not hard to see how a virus resident in bats could vector to humans via the warm and wet conditions in this Sulawesi market.