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Maintaining Tourism Hope on "Island of the Gods"

The hope for the awakening of the world of tourism on the "Island of Gods" is certainly something to be grateful for.

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 Tourist activities at Kuta Beach, Badung, Bali, Wednesday (9/3/2022), stretched as international flights returned to Bali..
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Tourist activities at Kuta Beach, Badung, Bali, Wednesday (9/3/2022), stretched as international flights returned to Bali..

Foreign tourists who have had two or three doses of a Covid-19 vaccine may come to Bali without quarantine. This breathes fresh air into the world of tourism on the "Island of the Gods". It is ready to welcome guests according to the standard health protocols.

During 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic hit, 6.27 million foreign tourists visited Bali. On average, no fewer than 7,000 international travelers entered Bali every day. Covid-19 made the number of visits drop to 1.06 million people in 2020 and tumble further to just 51 visits in 2021.

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SYAHNAN RANGKUTI
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