July 7, 2020, 07.10 PM

KOMPAS.com – International tourists will soon have the chance to bask in Bali’s beauty as the island plans to open its doors to foreigners starting September 11, 2020.

Bali Governor I Wayan Koster announced the plan on July 5. He said that allowing international tourists into Bali is part of the third phase of the provincial government’s new normal setup.

Read also: Stranded and at Home: British Family Spends Four Months in Bali as Covid-19 Rages

Bali will soon implement the first phase of its new normal period on July 9.

The first phase reopens certain activities and will be limited to Bali residents only.

For the initial start of its new normal period, the Bali provincial government is guided by its own Covid-19 Task Force, which has advised the inclusion of select sectors only.

Read also: A Trip to Bali May Have to Wait until July 2020

Among the sectors that will be permitted to open are in healthcare, government offices, religious and customs activities, finance, industries, trade, logistics, transportation, cooperatives, SMEs, and traditional markets.

Modern markets, restaurants, and traditional kiosks (warung) are allowed to open.

Read also: Qatar Airways Resumes Flights to Indonesia's Bali

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