Bali’s governor told the current Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Penny Williams, that Australian tourists will be able to enter the island as soon as the central government allows it.
This announcement is of great importance considering that Australia is not part of the 19 countries Indonesia has reopened to.
According to the governor, Covid-19 transmission in Bali has been controlled effectively given that 88 percent of the population, including foreign nationals, have been fully vaccinated.
His data is backed up by the European Union’s Council, which on Nov. 18, recommended its Member States to scrap all entry restrictions for all arrivals from Indonesia “as soon as possible.”
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