Bali announced to reopen from February 04, 2022 and this time the quarantine period will also be shorter. The move comes as the country wants to sustain economic recovery and revive tourism after the lowdown in coronavirus cases.

Indonesian nation will also lift restrictions on all foreign arrivals on 4 February, and reduce the quarantine period for fully vaccinated foreigners from 7 days to 5 days. This turn of events was informed by Cabinet Minister Luhut Panjaitan, who also oversees the government's pandemic response. 

Reports also said that people who have taken only one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine will have to undergo a 7-day quarantine.

The famed tourist destination began a limited reopening in October, but during that time, a 10-day quarantine was required, an international health insurance, and a visa with a local sponsor was also required, allowing visitors to Wasn't much interested.


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