Bali Closes Door to Un-Boosted Travelers

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Jul 7. Travelers will soon be required to show proof of a booster Covid-19 vaccination in order to visit Bali – with the new travel rule set to be enforced within the next two weeks.

It has been less than two months since the requirement for vaccinated travelers to undertake a pre-departure Covid test was lifted – with the Indonesian government having also removed the outdoor mask mandate around the same time.

The reason behind the decision to remove both of the above requirements was due to the country having seen a significant drop in Covid-19 infections – with the Indonesian President, Joko Widodo stating that at the time that the pandemic was “getting more and more controlled”.

However, fast forward to this present moment and the Covid situation in Bali – and throughout the Indonesian island of Java – has got progressively worse – with the number of positive Covid cases increasing by the day.

Source: Travel off Path

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