Bali to try out new travel policy from March 14

A tourist wearing face sunbathe as beaches are gradually reopening following months of lockdown due to the new coronavirus outbreak, in Bali, Indonesia. - Filepic

The government will conduct a trial on receiving international travellers without quarantine in the resort island of Bali beginning March 14 under certain conditions, a senior minister said.

The trial may be launched before March 14 if the government sees positive development in the next one week for the continued downward trend in the Covid-19 cases in Bali, Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affairs Luhut Binsar Panjaitan told a virtual press conference on Sunday.

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