The Australian Medical Association has said that it could be two years before it’s safe to travel to Bali and developing countries reported 9 News Perth.
9 News Interview with President of the Australia Medical Association.
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is the most influential membership organization representing Doctors in Australia.
Although the AMA does not have any legal authority in preventing Aussies from traveling, it exists to protect the health care needs of patients and communities in Australia.
After an Australian died on the island this week after suffering from breathing problems, the AMA released a new alert about traveling to Bali. Even though Bali officials have not yet released a cause of death.
Australian Tourism Minister, Simon Birmingham, has said that full international travel will not resume before the end of the year at least.
However, countries that still have growing coronavirus cases in December may be excluded from the lifting of the travel ban.
With the latest statement from the AMA, the idea of a travel bubble with Bali doesn’t appear to be happening anytime soon.