Dozens of people took to the streets of Denpasar yesterday with no masks on to protest rapid and swab tests requirements, alleging that the health prerequisites were introduced to make a profit.

It looks like it’s really going to happen, folks. 

Bali appears set to reopen to domestic tourists on July 31, even as there is little indication, if any, that we’re slowing down the coronavirus outbreak in Bali and across Indonesia.

Police have arrested a 20-year-old man, who has been on the run for almost eight months, for the alleged statutory rape of his employer’s child. 

The man, identified by his initials MTI, was arrested at his home in Banyuwangi, East Java last week.

Foreigners who entered Indonesia with visa-free access are now told to apply for a telex visa in order to apply for other stay permits that will allow them to remain in the country, Director General of Immigration Jhoni Ginting said in a circular issued yesterday.

Indonesia has certainly seen its fair share of dubious claims for COVID-19-related cures since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, with the latest being touted by Bali’s own governor Wayan Koster.

Almost five months have passed since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. By now, many feel completely overwhelmed by the cacophony of coronavirus-related content, information, and recommendations filling screens and news feeds — but not everyone.

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