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On October 14th, the Bali airport will open its doors to foreign visitors

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One of Indonesia's top officials declared this afternoon that the province's airport will reopen to international travellers on October 14.

The long-awaited statement came from Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, who emphasised that international visitors must quarantine for a minimum of 8 days upon arrival, and are asked to present proof of hotel booking for this purpose, among other conditions.


“We will be open to a number of countries, including South Korea, China, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, and New Zealand,” Luhut stated during a virtual press conference.

More information has yet to be released, but as with past important announcements on COVID-19 restrictions in Indonesia, more information should be forthcoming in the coming days from other officials.


During the press conference, Luhut also cautioned Indonesians against engaging in "extreme exuberance" as restrictions are eased, as the country's COVID-19 figures continue to fall.

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