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Talk:Jakarta

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Revision as of 15:48, 21 June 2019 by Lani314 (Talk | contribs)

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I rolled back one edit that stated that you need a prescription to obtain emergency contraception in Indonesia. The editor did not provide any citations or additional information to justify this change (as the page had previously stated that you don't need a prescription). From my understanding, emergency contraceptive pills are informally available OTC in Indonesia. If anyone has differing information, please provide info and citations. - Lani (6/21/19)