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Police Will Patrol Bali Beaches After Tourists Continue To Disobey Health Orders

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According to Badung police, foreign tourists continue to flood closed beaches forcing them to step up patrols to control the crowds. 

The main culprits disobeying the health orders have been foreign tourists according to Radar Bali

Badung Regional Police official, Iptu Jiwa Antara told Radar Bali that they will be stepping up beach patrols to ensure that all health protocols set out by the Governor are being followed. 

beach closed sign with village security officers

According to Antara, foreigners can help stop the spread of Covid-19 by being disciplined  with thier own health.

“We are not tired of giving advice that the visitors always wear masks, wash your hands frequently with soap in running water and adjust the distance between people.” said Antara. 

“We commit to always give an appeal to break the chain of distribution of Covid-19 in Bali,” he added.

Bali Village head patrols beach

Local transmission in Bali continues to grow. Last week, the Covid-19 response team reported its highest single day increase in cases since the pandemic began.

surfers check for covid-19 prevention on beach

“We are stepping up beach patrols so that visitors will adhere to the health protocols.” said Antara. 

All Major Beaches In Bali Closed Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

There has been a constant battle between local village officers trying to remove surfers from beaches since the pandemic began. 

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