Bali officials have announced that any foreign visitors who violate quarantine policies will face being deported as punishment.
The Secretary of the Denpasar Covid-19 Handling Task Force, I Made Rentin confirmed that any international visitors who violate the mandatory quarantine policy as one of their entry requirements will face immediate deportation. “Any offenders of our quarantine policy will be immediately deported back to their home country,” Rentin said on Monday (25/10).
Rentin explained that all of the hotels that are appointed as provincial government quarantine facilities will be supervised by the authorities from several different institutions to assure prevention protocols are implemented. “There are a total of 11,734 rooms between 55 appointed hotels that are located in Sanur, Kuta, Nusa Dua, and Ubud that will be supervised by local authorities such as police and military officers,” Rentin added.
Meanwhile, the Head of Bali Law and Human Rights Minister, Jamaruli Manihuruk previously stated that international visitors who refuse to comply with the implemented travel policy in Bali will not be able to gain access to the island. “Although it’s not a form of a violation of our immigration policy, visitors who refuse to undergo our mandatory quarantine will not be able to continue their trip to Bali and will be deported back to their home countries,” Jamaruli concluded.
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