Agus Widanarko, 40, wears a superhero costume as he entertains a boy whose mother died from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), with a Spiderman mask in Sukoharjo, Central Java province, September 10, 2021. At the height of Indonesia's deadly second wave of coronavirus infections, Agus Widanarko donned a superhero outfit and made multiple visits to isolating households each day to bring some smiles and support to children during the pandemic. REUTERS/Stringer

Agus Widanarko, 40, wearing a Spiderman costume, carries a sign that reads "Super Isoman entertains isolated children and orphans due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)", as he prepares to bring cheer to children confined to their homes by COVID-19 restrictions, in Sukoharjo, Central Java province, September 10, 2021. At the start of the second wave in June, he visited about six families daily, dressed in a range of his superhero costumes, including Spider-Man and Batman. REUTERS/Stringer

Agus Widanarko, 40, wears a Spiderman costume while carrying a sign as he entertains children confined to their homes due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions, in Sukoharjo, Central Java province, September 10, 2021. With a drop in the caseload, Widanarko, who reckons who has entertained more than 100 children in four months, now conducts visits in his neighbourhood in Central Java once a week. REUTERS/Stringer

Agus Widanarko, 40, wears a Spiderman costume while driving as he prepares to entertain children confined to their homes due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions, in Sukoharjo, Central Java province, September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

Agus Widanarko, 40, puts on a Spiderman costume as he prepares to entertain children confined to their homes due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions, in Sukoharjo, Central Java province, September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer