Tourist Attractions In Bali Began To Be Closed

The Indonesian government has appealed to the public to implement social distancing along with the increasing number of positive cases of corona in Indonesia. Most companies and government agencies have also adopted work from home policies for their employees. On March 20, 2020, the Governor of Bali Province, Wayan Koster issued instructions and circulars to the [...]
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NYEPI 2020 – What you can do in Bali

Bali has a big day called Nyepi Day. In 2020, preparations for the Nyepi celebration ritual begin a few weeks before the actual date with the large Ogoh-ogoh craft. If you travel around the island, maybe you will see some that are being made. Nyepi holiday starts on March 25th at 6 am and runs [...]
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Disinfectant Spraying On Three Gilis

When Gili islands closed, dozens of officers from the West Nusa Tenggara Government Office sprayed disinfectants and conducted counseling related to the coronavirus today. The first step is spraying disinfectant liquid in the Bangsal area which is the main entrance for the three of Gilis. Subsequently, hundreds of officers from the Police, The Indonesian National [...]
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The Gili Islands Closed to Prevent the Spread of Covid-19

The Provincial Government of West Nusa Tenggara has provided a circular for the closure of three Gili in an effort to prevent the spread of Corona in Gili Islands. To this date, there have been no cases or positive corona sufferers in the Gili Islands, but the local government is making every effort to prevent [...]
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Corona in Bali – Is it safe to travel?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared COVID-19 a pandemic. The risk of transmission around the world is increasing, especially the spread of corona in Bali Balinese security is screening the people before entering restaurants and bars, and tourists will be screened at the airport for prevention corona in Bali. However, it's best to avoid [...]
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