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4 Bali Public Parks Reopened As Covid-19 Cases Significantly Decreased

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The Denpasar city government has decided to reopen 4 public parks in Denpasar as Covid-19 cases have significantly decreased.

The Spokesman for the Denpasar Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Dewa Gede Rai confirmed that 4 public areas such as Lumintang Public Field, Puputan Public Field, Lumintan Public Park and Janggan Public Park have been officially reopened on Tuesday (12/10) as Covid-19 transmissions in Denpasar have been properly handled, and no death cases were recorded recently.

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

“We decided to reopen these public facilities for our residents as Covid-19 transmissions have been properly handled.” Gede Rai said on Tuesday. However, Gede Rai reminds the people to keep complying with the prevention protocols especially during the current Level 3 Partial Lockdown in Bali. “Despite reopening these places for people, we still deployed some officers in the areas to supervise the implementation of prevention protocols.” Gede Rai added.

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

Authorities from several different institutions such as the Police department, Public Civil Service Officer, Transportation Agency and Military Officers will be deployed, especially during peak hours in the afternoon where the majority of people come to the parks for exercise. “Our officers will be intensified during the weekend and in the afternoon as large amounts of people will potentially gather in those areas during those times.” Gede Rai concluded.

(Image: ©The Bali Sun – I Wayan Yatika)

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Thursday 14th of October 2021

During the worst times of the pandemic in the Netherlands public parks stayed open. Only condition was that people outside of the family kept 1.30 meter distance. No masks. Securety enforced the rules and when too full they closed on3 or other park sometimes.The national health authorities were convinced that outside with distance there is no contamination cause the open air spreads the virus. Now 1.5 years later this turned out to be a good measure. We went every to the park to get out of our isolation. It was a relieve.

Wayan Bo

Friday 15th of October 2021

@Wouter, numbers in Netherlands wasn’t such good.