For those dreaming of a Bali holiday, it may be on the cards sooner than you think. In March, Indonesia implemented travel restrictions, like most of the world, which allowed only Indonesian citizens, diplomats and family members to enter the country.
So far, reported cases of covid-19 in Bali, have reached a relatively low figure of 344, with 4 deaths. While it’s unclear whether these figures truly represent the number of cases, Indonesian authorities say the spread of corona virus is under control in Bali.
We all know Bali heavily relies on tourism, which is why its tourism minister is looking at the possibility of opening up again for tourists between June and October.