Bali Opened to Vaccinated Tourists
Indonesian authorities opened the islands of Bali, Batam, and Bintan for foreign tourists from 18 countries. They have been closed to visitors since last March because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This was announced by Sandiaga Uno, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy. This is reported by Reuters.
According to him, citizens of New Zealand, the UAE, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and several European countries will be able to visit the islands first. The Minister clarified that to visit foreign tourists must be fully vaccinated and undergo PCR-testing three days before crossing the border. Immediately after arrival in Indonesia will require another test. For five days, tourists will stay in special hotels, which are equipped as quarantine centers. On the fourth day, another PCR test will have to be done. If it shows a negative result, foreigners will be free to move around the island and move to any other hotel.
According to Sandiaga, each tourist is also required to purchase insurance with a payment of up to 100 thousand dollars with coverage for diseases caused by COVID-19. It is also necessary to provide proof of full payment for the entire period of stay in Bali.
The resort was opened for domestic tourism a few months ago. So far, about 90% of the 4.4 million inhabitants of the island have received both doses of vaccine against COVID-19.
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