Indonesian President want to open Bali for tourism from July 2021
Friday, 26 March 2021 04:11
Jokowi Promised reopening Bali in June or July 2021
Jokowi Promised reopening Bali in June or July 2021 if the current COVID-19 situation is improvingThe Indonesian President made the announcement during his discussion with Bali tourist players the Harris hotel on the Sunset Road in Denpasar on Tuesday afternoon 16/03/2021 . During the discussion, the President gave a signal to reopen Bali around June or July 2021 if the Covid-19 case was under control , including the improvement of testing and the mass vaccination program.
To remain careful will July 2021 the best time to reopen the green zones one by one zone if all concerned party's will agree on it he says .He has already the support of the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno also present during the meeting at the Harris Hotel.
on Monday 15/03/2021 Uno Sandiaga said that the decision to reopen tourism for foreign tourists was in the hands of President Jokowi and that the government is still finalizing its mechanisms at the ministerial and institutional level. China, the Netherlands, Dubai and Singapore will be the first country's to able to to travel to Bali.
President Jokowi assisted the mass implementation of Covid-19 vaccination during his visit in Bali. The mass vaccination activities during the visit were centered in Puri Saren Agung, Ubud District, Gianyar Regency. In Gianyar, the mass vaccination activity which is part of the government's free vaccination program today was attended by approximately 680 people whose distribution was carried out in stages while still implementing strict health protocols. This vaccination is primarily aimed at public workers, especially tourism industry players, religious leaders, cultural representatives, youth representatives, and local communities. Not only Gianyar Regency, this mass vaccination was also carried out simultaneously in 7 districts and 1 other city, namely Badung, Bangli, Buleleng, Jembrana, Karangasem, Klungkung, Tabanan, and Denpasar City Regencies.The three are Ubud in Gianyar Regency, Sanur in Denpasar City, and ITDC Nusa Dua in Badung Regency. The zoning is intended to form a zone with a healthy lifestyle and strictly implement standard health protocols during the Covid-19 pandemic with a comprehensive vaccination policy for people who live and have activities in the area. This is at the same time a precondition for the stages that will be taken to reopen the tourism sector when the pandemic situation is under control.