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Danish National Deported After A Month Of Staying In Bali Mental Hospital

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A 30-year-old man from Denmark has been deported after staying in a Bali mental hospital for over a month.

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The Head of Bali Law and Human Rights Minister, Jamaruli Mnihuruk confirmed that the man was finally deported after violating several different rules of the Indonesian immigration policy. “The man was finally deported by an authority from Denpasar Immigration Class I to his home country on Tuesday (27/7) through Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta with Qatar Airways  around 1:40am.” Jamaruli said.

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As The Bali Sun previously reported The man who has been allegedly suffering with mental disorder was reported after disturbing people in the Sanur area on Monday (29/3). After conducting an investigation, the authorities finally decided to transport him to Bangli Mental Hospital in order to receive proper treatments for his depression.

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“The man had stayed in Bangli Hospital from the 16th of June to the 23rd of July 2021 due to his depression prior to the deportation. Other than that, he has also lost his passport while staying in Bali.” Jamaruli added. Apart from his mental disorder, he was also deported for overstaying in Bali as his visa had already expired prior to his deportation. “The man has also been blacklisted from entering Indonesia for some time due to his violation to our Immigration rules.” Jamaruli concluded.

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Meanwhile Jamaruli also stated that he has been paying close attention to all the foreign nationals who decided to stay in Bali during the Covid-19 pandemic, as many of them were reported for neglecting rules including prevention protocols during their stay in Bali.

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