Foreign tourists will not be welcome in Indonesia and Bali for the time being. The Indonesian island Bali had planned to reopen its borders on 9/11, but is seeing off it because of the increase in coronary infections.
According to Balinese Governor Wayan Koster, bali's reopening is postponed because "the situation in Indonesia is not desirable for international tourists to visit the country, including Bali." When foreign tourists are welcome again depends on how the situation develops.
Updated on August 25, 2020.
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