Indonesia is looking to reopen to Bali next month however Australian’s will miss out as Indonesian officials will re-open the popular tourist destination to countries with low infection rates.
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From the courier mail 21.09.21
Indonesia is set to reopen Bali to overseas tourists next month – but Australians are set to miss out.
Only travellers from countries with low Covid infection numbers are being considered for entry into the popular holiday spot including Singapore and New Zealand.
Luhut Pandjaitan, the Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affair, said he was “very confident” Bali could be reopened next month based on current daily Covid case trends.
“We are happy today that the reproduction rate is below 1 … It is the lowest during the pandemic and is indicating the pandemic is under control,” Mr Luhut told a news conference.
“With the trend today, we are very confident that Bali can reopen by October and we are preparing it right now so Bali can receive tourists.”
International arrivals into Indonesia have to quarantine for eight days. But that could be lowered to five days in October, he said.