Uncertain Times and Health Welness

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Apr 04, 2020
A virus is an invisible nasty little thing that takes pride in attaching itself to the host and by reproducing steadily, it causes attacks and damages mercilessly. The most worrisome part about this virus (COVID-19) is that unfortunately not everyone who carries it shows the symptoms. It means that it may lurk silently inside a person next to you who appears to be normal healthy yet highly infectious. So in short its extremely annoying and dangerous.Having said that, being well and fit is very i...

Essential Information and Numbers You Should Know During Covid-19 in Bali

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Mar 31, 2020
As the Pandemic of Covid-19 has taken over the world, Indonesia and Bali are no exceptions. To get the live updates about Covid-19 cases and situation in Indonesia you can visit:https://www.covid19.go.id/situasi-virus-corona. So stay informed, take necessary precautions and play your part in the containment of virus from spreading.This article is for your information about the essential information regarding COVID-19 in Bali, with important numbers and information. You will find: Emerg...

Here's How you can do online grocery in the times of covid-19

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Mar 30, 2020
People have been stockpiling supplies since the first announcement by President Jokowi on March 2nd about the first cases of the deadly covid-19 in Indonesia.As the pandemic grew the cases in Indonesia, some people opted to shop online for groceries to avoid the potential catching the contagious virus from other shoppers at the supermarket.However there are still chances of you catching the virus as one can never be too cautious while getting the package of your groceries delivered to your home...

People ordered to Stay home in Bali - No festival of Ngembak Geni

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Mar 29, 2020
The Bali administration is taking drastic steps to contain the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19. The recent step is to order the people to stay home on Thursday for the famous bustling festival of Ngembak Geni, the day after Nyepi. This festival normally have people from Bali celebrating and traditionally throng on beaches and public places.Bali has a small number of cases reported and deaths as compared to the rest of Indonesia. The Island had 9 reported cases with 2 deaths with no evidence of...

15k Medical Students Geared up to Fight against Covid-19

Category : What's going on in Bali | Posted on Mar 29, 2020
House of Representatives Commission X overseeing Education and the Education and Culture Ministry confirmed that around 15000 students throughout the nation are all geared up and ready to be deployed in the Country's fight against the corona virus.Syaiful Huda, Commission X Chairman said that these students have signed up from 158 universities to help around 2500 Nurses and 1500 Doctors as per the report from government’s COVID-19 rapid response team.“This is good news because many places a...

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