What is the current situation of Corona Virus in Bali?

October 26, 2020 2 min read

Right now there's no lockdown in Bali and all Indonesia. But the local government and Balinese Banjar are taking some measures. You must wear mask outside. Modern markets must close at 11 PM. You will get penalty Rp100,000 if not wearing Mask.

Covid-19 Cases in Bali is at the highest level since Domestic tourism reopening. Please always wear mask and be safe! Bali is in the Red Zone List of Corona Virus.

There is a warrant from the Balinese government that calls for compliance with health protocols and some restrictions. Some of them are reducing employees to work in offices, reducing the number of visitors to tourist attractions, and limiting worship.There has been no information or official letter from the Balinese government regarding social restrictions or lockdown.

October Updates on Covid-19: You can visit Bali - Indonesia, with investor visa, family visa, or B211A. Some agents are able to do this. Agent fee is around 500$ varies depends on the agent.

September Updates on Covid-19: Bali's plan to open its tourism for international tourist on September 11 is just a plan. Official words from Bali's Governor, I Wayan Koster per August 23rd, the initial plan to open Bali tourism on September is cancelled. According to Indonesian government, no plan to open its border for International Tourist at least until 2021.

Indonesia, in this case Bali, is focusing their tourism for local tourists & foreigners who already in Bali.

Online onshore application process is again extended to 5 October 2020. You must get new visa telex for expired Visa (Kitas, KITAP, free Visa) before 5 October 2020 or you will be kicked out! You can do online visa application starting from 3 August 2020. Below for more information.

Modern market and business are eligible to open from 8am to 11 pm with strict covid-19 protocols. Failure to do so will result in shut down. If you're going to local businesses don't forget to wear mask or else they will get shutdown!


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