corona virus cases are decreasing claims indonesian government

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 18, 2021
Wiku Adisasmito, Spokesperson of Corona Virus Task Force Indonesia has claimed that the number of covid-19 cases in Indonesia are decreasing while the rest of the world is observing an increase.He further said that WHO reported a 9% increase in global covid-19 cases.  In addition, the number of global deaths due to the coronavirus has also increased by 5% this week.“The existence of a trend that is quite worrying from some parts of the world is contrary to the trend we face in Indonesi...

gloomy predictions for hotels in bali as they brace for mudik ban

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 16, 2021
Bali Tourism players and experts are in for gloomy predictions for the hotels in Bali before Eid ul Fitr holiday. The gloomy predictions are directly related to the ban on annual homecoming exodus tradition known as Mudik. Before the pandemic thousands of tourists would flock to Bali regularly.“If all modes of transportation, from sea, air, to land, are prohibited to go to Bali during Eid al-Fitr festivities, of course it will have an impact on Bali. The hotel occupancy rate might only be in the...

strict sanctions placed for mudik - denpasar police

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 13, 2021
Jansen Avitus Panjaitan, Police Chief of Denpasar the travelers who intend to defy the upcoming Mudik ban will be strictly sanctioned as increased mobility is expected ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday. The annual homecoming exodus tradition aka Mudik coincides with Eid Al-Fitr, is banned this year from May 6 to 17 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as officials hope to reduce potential risks of transmission.Under the existing 2018 Health Quarantine Law, Jansen shared that trave...

vaccination in bali may get delayed 2 months - senior minister

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 12, 2021
Luhut Pandjaitan, Minister of Maritime Affairs Indonesia has shared that Bali may face a two months delay in the mass vaccination program as the country now expecting delays from vaccine shipments due to export restrictions.“I have specifically requested to the Health Minister to speed up vaccinations in Bali, but because there are blockades from a number of vaccine-producing countries, this has resulted in a two-month delay from the initial plan,” Luhut said yesterday.As per recent stateme...

travelers defying mudik ban will be turned away - bali officials

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 12, 2021
With Indonesia expected to outlaw the yearly homecoming exodus ritual next month, authorities in Bali say the province will beef up security at different points of entry and be prepared to drive away travelers who violate the prohibitions. “Mudik is banned during the COVID-19 pandemic for everyone, especially civil servants because they must set an example for the public,” I Made Rentin, secretary of Bali’s COVID-19 task force, said. This tradition, famously known as mudik, coincides...

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