Bali is now included in Indonesia’s priority list for COVID-19 handling, head of the national task force Doni Monardo said today, as the worrying spike in coronavirus infections this month has resulted in a high hospital bed occupancy rate on the island.

Whether Bali is home or a place you’ve visited, chances are you’ve got memories attached to the iconic McDonald’s outlet in the popular tourist area of Kuta Beach, which is reportedly closing down for good tomorrow, 20 years since it opened.

Bali is among Indonesia’s six provinces set to host matches in the 2021 U-20 (Under 20) World Cup, as the country prepares to host the biennial championship for the first time.

Bali’s top official revealed yesterday that more than 20 of his staff have tested positive for the coronavirus, taking the opportunity to plead with the public to comply with official instructions and regulations while adhering to existing health protocols.

Authorities are reportedly looking for an unidentified man, believed to be a foreigner, who was seen chasing and hitting dogs on Batu Belig beach to the dismay of many onlookers and netizens.

The majority of COVID-19 cases in Bali have been traced back to younger adults, the provincial task force said yesterday, reaffirming previous official statements that increased cases can be traced to young people, who have reportedly been going out and traveling more as restrictions loosened in the province.

the island of Bali

A beautiful and cultural rich island of Indonesia, one among 17.000 islands.


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