Those in agriculture, plantation, marine/fishery, cattle farming, services, and construction sectors are also included in the list.
Bali’s education sector is temporarily left off the list as its reopening is dependent upon the policy issued by Indonesia’s Minister of Education and Culture Nadiem Kharim.
Bali’s tourism sector will be open to its own local residents on July 9.
The second phase of Bali’s new normal period will see the island open up its tourism sector to a wider market segment that includes domestic tourists.
This is expected to start on July 31.
A wider reopening of activities and the tourism sector, including allowing the entry of international tourists, will continue during the third phase of Bali’s new normal scheduled for September 11.
Garuda Indonesia’s Bali flights
Garuda Indonesia has reported that the number of passengers headed to Bali has decreased significantly.
Bali's regulations imposed during its new normal period have been cited as a reason for the low passenger numbers.