Nearly 300 Rohingya migrants came ashore on Indonesia's Sumatra Island early this morning. Authorities said, the latest arrivals is one of the largest groups of the persecuted Myanmar minority to arrive in Indonesia. The migrants, including more than a dozen children, were spotted at sea by locals who helped them. At least one member of the group - which included 102 men, 181 women and 14 children - was ill and had to be rushed to a local hospital for treatment. The area's military chief Roni Mahendra said the group would need to be tested for the coronavirus.