The temporary closure of tourist sites in the Badung regency will be extended until at least May 29, according to a letter published yesterday by the Badung regency, as part of an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Bali.
This is the third phase of the temporary closure in Badung, which was officially announced for the first time on March 21.
“If we talk until when [the closure would last], we will certainly be examining the development of COVID-19 cases, until the situation and conditions allow, or while we are awaiting further announcements, “said Badra, who heads the Badung Tourist Agency, Told Law courts.
Temporary closings include various public and commercial sites in Badung, including destinations such as Sangeh Monkey Forest and Pandawa Beach, as well as popular places like the Finns Beach Club and Ms. Sippy, which are “closed until to new order “for weeks.
For the most part, the popular destinations of Uluwatu in Seminyak and Canggu are affected by the official announcement.
At the time of writing, other regions of Bali have not yet announced similar closures, although it is expected to continue in the coming days.
Bali has so far confirmed 140 cases of COVID-19, including three deaths and 42 recoveries, according to the latest data from the central government.