The Bali provincial government has announced that the island may receive 70 visitors from Singapore on February 16.
Bali Governor I Wayan Koster confirmed that after receiving 12 travelers from Narita International Airport on February 3rd 2022, the island might welcome another set of international visitors from Singapore on February 16.
“We haven’t received international arrivals since the February 3 flight from Japan, but we were informed that there will be visitors from Singapore arriving on February 16 with Singapore Airlines,” Koster said on Wednesday (9/2).
However, Koster admitted that the scheduled flight will still depend on the Covid-19 situation in Bali.
“Although the airline plans to carry 70 passengers on board, everything is still tentative and will depend on the situation, especially with the current surge of Omicron transmission,” Koster added.
He claimed that border reopening is unavoidable as many travelers have been asking the government to lose their travel restrictions.
“We should just implement strict prevention protocols when receiving foreign tourists,” Koster concluded.
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