Half a million Indonesians are suffering from respiratory problems caused by smoke from the peat fire blazing across Archipelago and children living closest to the fire are most affected.
The illness starts with cough, fever and difficulty in breathing and vomiting.
The smoke is said to deliver bacteria, pollutants and contaminants to the patients.

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