Suherman, a 45-year-old coffin maker, prepares coffins ordered to be donated for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) victims at a workshop inside a funeral complex in Jakarta, April 8, 2020. Aahroni's company has reopened an old coffin-making warehouse in West Java, Indonesia's most populous province, started a new line of cheaper coffins and donated 1,000 coffins to hospitals. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Coffins are seen prepared to be donated for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) victims at a workshop inside a funeral complex in Jakarta, April 8, 2020. She added that burials had jumped from 30 to 40 a day in the past week and that a new burial ground had been opened this month. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Suherman, a 45-year-old coffin maker, prepares a coffin ordered to be donated for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) victims at a workshop inside a funeral complex in Jakarta, April 8, 2020. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Coffins makers Suherman, 45-year-old, and Ari Rusmawan, 32-year-old, prepare coffins ordered to be donated for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) victims at a workshop inside a funeral complex in Jakarta, April 8, 2020. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Ari Rusmawan, a 32-year-old coffins maker, rides a motorbike while leaving their workshop for lunch as he takes a break on preparing coffins ordered to be donated for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) victims inside a funeral complex in Jakarta, April 8, 2020. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan