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Bali Assembles Task Force As First Case Of Monkeypox Detected In Indonesia

Health officials in Bali have assembled a Task Force to prevent the spread of monkeypox to the Island of the Gods. The first known case of monkeypox was identified in a 27-year-old man in Jakarta over the weekend. It is believed the man contracted the virus after traveling aboard. In light of the development and …

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Bali Health Officials Announce Further Rise In Dengue Fever Cases

Health officials in Bali’s Badung Regency have released a statement to confirm a recent rise in cases of Dengue Fever. The mosquito-borne virus is a serious viral disease that is caused by being bitten by an infected mosquito. While most people recover within a week or so, in some cases the virus can cause severe …

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Dengue Fever Cases Rising In Bali – Here’s What You Need To Know

Due to recent rainfall and changing seasons, Bali has seen a surge in cases of Dengue Fever. In May alone 48 people have been taken to Klungkung Hospital needing treatment for the mosquito-borne disease. Though most people experience mild but unpleasant symptoms, Dengue Fever can be fatal if untreated.  The cases of Dengue Fever have …

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12 Villages In Bali On High Alert For Rising Cases Of Rabies

In 2021 nine villages in Bali were branded as ‘Red Zones’ for the presence of rabies in the stray and community-owned dog population. In this year’s review, a total of twelve villages have been identified as having rabies in transmission in the dog population. The three villages added to the red zone list are Bitra …

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Bali Trade Office Bans All Kinder Joy Snacks

The Bali Trade Office has instructed all shops across the island to stop displaying and selling Kinder Joy. The Trade Office received a memo from PT. Ferrero Confectionary Indonesia, the factory that produced Kinder Joy Snacks, instructing the withdrawal of all their products from shops and outlets in Indonesia. In response to this, the Head …

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The Majority of HIV/AIDS Patients In Bali Skipped Their Medications During the Covid-19 Pandemic

The majority of HIV/AIDS patients in Bali skipped their medication and treatment during the Covid-19 pandemic, causing an increase in the HIV fatality rate. During the visit to the Secretary of Independent Journalist Alliance in Denpasar on Monday (4/4), the Head of Bali AIDS Countermeasure Commission Through Media Program, Yuni Ambara, confirmed that most patients …

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Thousands Of Covid Vaccine Doses Expire In Bali

An official from the Buleleng Health Agency has confirmed that thousands of Covid-19 vaccine doses in Buleleng have passed their expiry date. The Head of Buleleng Health Agency, Dr. Sucipto, confirmed that over 2,200 Covid-19 vaccine doses in Buleleng expired on March 31. “2,200 doses of Covid vaccine from AstraZeneca passed their expiry date and …

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Governor Claims That Bali Has Entered The Endemic Phase

Bali Governor I Wayan Koster has claimed that Bali has entered an endemic phase as Covid-19 cases significantly drop. During a meeting with Bali Senators on Thursday (31/3), Koster was optimistic that Bali would soon enter an endemic phase as Covid-19 cases have significantly gone down. “Although the WHO is the only organization that is …

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Bali Government Increases Hospital Beds As Omicron Transmission Continues to Surge

Bali officials have decided to increase their medical service capacity as Omicron cases continue to surge. The Operational Chief of the Bali Disaster Management Agency, Made Rentin, confirmed that the Bali provincial government decided to increase their medical service capacity by adding more beds and medical workers. They anticipate that the increasing Covid-19 cases may …

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More Covid-19 Recoveries Than New Cases in Bali

An official from the Bali Covid-19 Handling Task Force has confirmed that the recovery rate of Covid-19 in Bali has increased. Bali recorded 1,307 new cases and 1,686 recoveries on Tuesday (15/2), reflecting a significant increase in the recovery rate since Omicron transmission first surged several weeks ago. However, the official admitted that 20 patients …

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All Tourism Workers In Nusa Dua Bali Have Received A Booster Shot

The Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) has finished distributing Covid-19 vaccine booster shots to Nusa Dua tourism workers. As a state-owned enterprise developing tourism areas in Bali, the ITDC decided to distribute the Covid-19 vaccine booster to thousands of tourism workers in Nusa Dua. This was done in support of the government’s program to prevent …

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Omicron Cases Have Surpassed Delta Cases, Says Bali Governor

The Bali provincial government has confirmed that the number of Omicron cases has surpassed the number of Delta cases in 2021. Bali Governor I Wayan Koster confirmed that the daily new cases of Covid-19 from the Omicron variant had surpassed the number of Delta cases in 2021. According to the data, Covid transmission has been …

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