Bali is considering lifting the quarantine restrictions for international travelers and implementing a visa on arrival scheme. According to a top minister, the administration plans to start testing the incoming passengers without quarantine but under strict conditions.

The removal of the required 5-day quarantine and resumption of visa-on-arrival (VoA) is also endorsed by the country's top leaders. Due to Bali's extensive and expensive quarantine, most European travelers are currently avoiding the island.

Coordinating Minister for Maritime and Investment Affairs, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, indicated at a press conference that testing could begin before March 14 if there is a positive development next week.

Guidelines for International Travelers to Bali

1. Foreign travelers must show their proof of hotel booking payment for at least four days.
2. Travelers wishing to enter Bali must be fully vaccinated or receive a booster jab.
3. RT PCR tests will be done on entry and passengers will have to wait for their negative results at the hotel.
4. On the third day of their arrival, passengers will have to undergo another RT PCR test at their hotels.

If the test is negative, the passengers will be allowed to indulge in other activities, as long as they follow the health regulations.

Bali has chosen this pilot project for the study because the rate of two-dose vaccination is higher here than in any other province in Indonesia.


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