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Yesterday, Bali reopened to foreign tourists with its first international flight in almost two years. The flight was with Singapore airlines, with 109 foreign travellers, and 47 Indonesians. The foreign travellers are required to quarantine in a designated hotel for three to seven days. There are 27 designated hotels for them to choose from. The governor said he hopes in March, foreigners won’t have to quarantine as long as they test negative on departure and arrival. One Australian vacationer said the reopening was a “great sign” for tourism. The country is opening its borders even though it reported a record […]

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14 hours ago, AussieBob said:

Same test on arrival and lock up anyone testing positive as Thailand. Not that many will take up the option for a short holiday. 

It's definitely terrible. I don't think the people doing it are short stay tourists though.

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