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Bali tourism might reopening earlier than planned

Bali tourism might reopening earlier than planned

Bali reopening to tourists earlier then planned now central government facing pressure from community's asking  to have their attractions immediately operational. on Monday 01/06/2020 several managers from regional attractions highlighted there difficulties at the second online seminar of Science and Technology Center held at the Tourism Center for Research and Community Service at the  Udayana University hosted by senior Unpad PUPAR researcher Prof. I Nyoman Darma Putra and Professor  Mahardika One of the concerned managers named Nyeoman Egypt from Pandawa Beach ( DTW ) reminded the fact that during the two months of the  DTW closure , that the 282 employees and 200 traders have no income at all. He hopes to receive the new normal implications immediately to be very soon operational.Bali reopening to tourists earlier then planned

There was  also the manager of the Ubud Monkey Forest Komang Adi wiryathana who has not only their employees without income experiencing  dramatically situation has on top of that a monthly cost of Rp 120 million to feed more then 1,100 monkeys 7 to 8 times a day  and also  needs to keep the Monkey Forest well maintained with periodic spraying of disinfectants. The prof Mahardika recommends that the Monkey forest who previously received  up to 4,000 tourists a day should when it reopens receive no more then 1000 guest a day devised in smaller groups.

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Monkey forest Ubud[/caption]

The manager of Jati Luwih ( DTW ) named I Nengah Sutirtayasa admitted they hehad less difficulties as the  82 employees have  accommodation inside the  Jati Luwih  complex  and had withount any income the avantage of biang feeded by tier own  agriculture and plantations  livestock The  virus expert Professor  I Gusti Ngurah Mahardika asked all operation managers to be careful in make not to fast decisiona to operate again and they must prepare a standard operational procedure  to  prevent the spread of Covid-19 virus . Especially the Monkey Forest needs  to prepare  a stricter health protocol, considering that monkeys are vulnerable and  could possible spread the  Covid-19 virus. According to him the Covid-19 vaccine will be only available  from July 2021, and could be likely to be even longer

While the DTW Monkey Forest has to implement stricter health protocols, considering that monkeys are the mediators of vaccine trials so that these animals are vulnerable to being a vector of Covid-19 distribution. Finally the researchers proposed to do some  medical reseach  for the Monkey Forrst to  to improve in the handling of visitors flow in the future.

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