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The reopening of Bali for domestic tourism on July 31st looks to be moving ahead despite the island reaching 3000 cases of Covid-19.

The province restarted local activities within the island on July 9, after which it recorded the second-highest daily increase count since the onset of the coronavirus outbreak. A public health expert from the Udayana University previously said that based on epidemiological perspectives, Bali is not ready to reopen tourism. 

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With 62 new COVID-19 cases reported today, Bali’s provincial total has surpassed over 3,000 cases. This includes more than 2,300 recoveries and 48 deaths. The numbers have doubled since July 1, when cases stood at 1,527.

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Coconuts Bali uncovered this week that a number of prominent Indonesian influencers have begun sharing their travel experiences amid the pandemic. Their destination? Bali.

It’s a coordinated effort because they’re traveling with the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy. They’re also using specific hashtags meant to promote Indonesian tourism.

They also appeared to be promoting safe habits for travel to help ease travelers worry about the possibility of contracting covid-19.

One thing seems certain. Bali is moving full steam ahead with it’s reopening and with the go ahead to launch domestic tourism, international won’t be far behind.

Are you planning on visiting Bali when it reopens? Let us know in the comments. 

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