September 24, 2021, 05.40 PM

Kompas.com previously reported that the target of domestic tourists has been lowered to 180 million movements from 320 million movements.

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“It is not only foreign tourists who face challenges due to the closed border policy. Local tourists also experience travel restrictions,” said Nia Niscaya, the deputy minister for tourism marketing at the ministry previously.

The ministry has implemented several strategies to rebuild the tourism industry, including CHSE (cleanliness, health, safety, and environment) measures and InDOnesia CARE campaign, an initiative for tourist destinations to comply with health and safety protocols.

The Covid-19 pandemic hit the tourism industry due to the border shutdowns and stay-at-home policy implemented by governments around the world, including Indonesia. However, recently the government has relaxed the travel restrictions following the decline of active cases in Indonesia.

As of September 23, Indonesia recorded 4,634 new confirmed cases compared to 49,071 new confirmed cases on July 23 when the country saw a surge in Covid-19 cases driven by the more virulent Delta variant.

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