covid-19 vaccination distribution starts for military children by bali military

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Jul 09, 2021
On Friday (2/7), the Bali Military Force in Denpasar began giving Covid-19 vaccinations to its youngsters aged 12 to 17. Colonel Ckm Dr. I Made Mardika, Head of Udayana IX Bali Military Health, announced that Bali will be the first province in Indonesia to provide the Covid-19 vaccination to children. “This is the first time that youngsters from our military forces between the ages of 12 and 17 will get the Covid-19 vaccine.” Colonel Mardika made the announcement on Friday (2/7). Dur...

immediate deportation for foreigners violating emergency ppkm rules - bali officials

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Jul 05, 2021
In times of emergency, officials in Bali may have finally abandoned their good guy playbook, with foreign nationals now liable to swift deportation if they are discovered breaking health regulations on the island. “Let us emphasize to foreign nationals in Bali: if they break current rules, we will deport them,” Jamaruli Manihuruk, Head of the Law and Human Rights Ministry's Bali office, stated yesterday. The declaration came after President Joko Widodo issued the country's harshest r...

emergency partial lockdown implementation in bali agreed by president

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Jul 05, 2021
As Covid-19 incidents continue to rise, Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has agreed to begin imposing an emergency partial lockdown for Bali and Java. After consulting with various ministries and regional administrations, Jokowi has decided to conduct an emergency partial lockdown in all areas of Bali and Java for 18 days in order to prevent Covid-19 transmissions, which have lately increased. “After consulting with our ministers and certain regional administrations, I have agr...

vaccine to be distributed to children by bali officials

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Jul 05, 2021
Bali officials have announced that they would begin administering the Covid-19 vaccine to Bali youngsters after 70% of the island's population have been vaccinated. Dewa Made Indra, Bali Regional Secretary, stated that youngsters aged 12 to 17 will begin getting the Covid-19 vaccination in the near future. “Children in Bali are expected to get the Covid-19 vaccine after the present initiative to give it to 70% of Bali inhabitants is completed, since it is also one of the prerequisites f...

practical thoughts for domestic travelers if bali is safe to travel

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Jun 30, 2021
Domestic tourism has increased in Bali during the previous two to three weeks. This has been a combination of post-Idul Fitri getaways, school vacations, and perhaps some credit should also be given to the Work from Bali campaign. With this increasing interest, I've had people in Jakarta (and other parts of Java) ask me, "Is Bali safe to visit?" This question is so prevalent that it inspired me to create this article in the hope that my response may give some perspective to people who h...

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