Bali requests govt for endemic status


Slow to bounce back: Tourists enjoying the sunset at Canggu beach in Bali. — Reuters

The Bali administration has requested that the central government give Bali a Covid-19 endemic status to boost tourism.

“I ask you to please determine the endemic status for Bali to accelerate the recovery of Bali’s tourism and economy,” Bali Governor Wayan Koster wrote in an official letter signed on Tuesday and to the health minister.

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