The island of Bali in Indonesia will be opened for domestic tourism
The island of Bali on July 31, will open for tourists from other provinces of Indonesia, with the opening of the island to foreigners unaccounted for, reported the online version of the newspaper Jakarta Post, citing the provincial administration.
The resort island will open the domestic tourists are its beaches, natural and historical-cultural sights, but not bars and Nightclubs, said Wednesday the Deputy Governor of Bali Tjokorda Oka Arta.
"Nightclubs are not yet allowed to open. Bali can offer tourists many cultural and historical attractions", - said the Deputy head of the administration of the island.
He also said that hotels in Bali and ready to start receiving and servicing of corporate events: seminars, conferences and conventions.
Despite the fact that the plan for a gradual easing of the restrictions imposed on the island in connection with the pandemic COVID-19, which was developed by the administration of Bali together with the Central government of Indonesia, the opening of the island for foreign tourists is tentatively scheduled for September 11, the Deputy Governor of Bali expressed doubt that the opening of the resort for foreigners will be held in the scheduled date.
"We are continuing to discuss the matter with the Central government. We also closely follow the development of the pandemic COVID-19 abroad," he said.
In Bali since the start of the pandemic was 3 310 cases of infection with coronavirus infection. Of the total number of patients COVID-19 on the island, 48 died, 2 711 fully recovered.