Bali won’t allow international visitors until at least 2021 as the island sees a spike in coronavirus cases

Bali won’t allow international visitors until at least 2021 as the island sees a spike in coronavirus cases

 Bali beach tourist GETTY/ factor SONNY TUMBELAKA

Bali, which had actually initially prepared to resume to worldwide tourists on September 11, has actually chosen to keep its borders closed up until 2021.

.The Indonesian island province, which generally sees 6 million foreign travelers, is slated to loose over $10 billion in income.Nations such as Australia, South Africa, and Thailand are likewise closed till 2021. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories

Bali, which initially prepared to resume its borders to worldwide tourists on September 11, will stay closed to visitors as federal governments all over the world continue to come to grips with the coronavirus throughout the holiday season. See the remainder of the story at Business Insider

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