Bali Governor, I Wayan Koster has stated that any prevention protocol offenders will face deportation as punishment.
During a press conference at the Bali I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Koster announced that the Bali provincial government will implement a strict punishment for any international visitors who violate prevention protocols during their vacation on the island. “Any tourists who violate our prevention protocols, even during their quarantine time in Bali will face harsh punishments, including deportation.” Koster said.
Koster also explained that the Bali provincial government will only allow visitors from countries that have a low positive rate of Covid-19 transmissions. “In accordance with the WHO’s standard, Bali is only open for countries that have less than a 5% positive test rate and implement a reciprocal relationship to allow Indonesian citizens to gain access into their countries.” Koster added.
Visitors who test positive with Covid-19 upon their arrival at Bali Airport will immediately be transported to appointed hospitals in Bali to receive proper medical treatments, while those who test negative will undergo 5 days of quarantine at selected hotels on the island. “If they’ve tested positive with Covid-19 on their fourth day of quarantine, visitors must be relocated to our designated hospitals. But if the test shows a negative result, they can continue to travel and explore our tourist spots on the island.” Koster concluded.
Plan Your Next Bali Vacation:
Book The Best English Speaking Drivers For Airport Transfers & Tours
Choose From Thousands of Bali Hotels, Resorts, and Hostels with Free Cancellation On Most Properties
For the latest Bali News & Debate Join our Facebook Community
SUBSCRIBE TO NEW POSTS
Enter your email address to subscribe to The Bali Sun’s latest breaking news, straight to your inbox.