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The island of Bali will remain closed to foreign tourism until the end of the year

August 24, 2020

The Indonesian island of Bali will remain closed to foreign tourism until the end of the year after authorities reversed their plans to receive visitors from 9/11 due to ongoing COVID-19 infections.

“The Indonesian government will not be able to reopen its doors to foreign visitors until late 2020 as we remain a red zone,” Bali Governor Wayne Koster said in a statement.

“The situation is not conducive to attracting foreign tourists to Indonesia, including Bali,” he added to Bloomberg news agency.

The island of Bali will remain closed to foreign tourism until the end of the yearThe island of Bali will remain closed to foreign tourism until the end of the year

According to Koster, the island has been open to national tourism since the end of July, which allowed the arrival of around 2,500 people without an increase in infections.

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