Information on Corona Virus in Bali, Indonesia.

Positive

510 Cases

In Hospital

141 Cases

Recovered

364 Cases

Death

5 Cases

Live Update : June 5, 2020 2:20 am

What is the current situation of Corona Virus in Bali?

Right now there's no lockdown in Bali and all Indonesia. But the local government and Balinese Banjar are taking some measures. Beaches are closed. You must wear mask outside. Modern markets must close at 9 PM. You will get penalty if not wear Mask (could be money, donation, or social work).

No Lockdown in Bali. Only Denpasar is implementing restrictions on public activities (PKM).

As per 24th May, Bali is open for all domestic travels by land or air. But you will have to provide additional papers such as Rapid Test Result, and Work Permit.

Some beaches are already open like Balangan, Pecatu, Suluban, Nyang-Nyang.
Please be patient if your favorite beach is not open yet. Keep your mask on, be polite, generous and thankful to be guest on this beautiful island.

More beaches will be fully reopened around July 2020.

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What are the current visa restrictions in Bali?

As per 27 March 2020 Updates : All foreigners in Bali are eligible for Automatic Emergency Stay Permit until further notice from Indonesian Government. No need to come to the immigration offices. No Fines and free of charge!

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Can I visit Bali or go back to my home country?

As per 25 April 2020, Indonesian government has banned all foreign arrivals and transits to Indonesian this of course includes Bali. Only travelers with a valid working permit and diplomats are allowed to enter.

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Why do I have to Self Isolation & Stay Home?

By staying home and self isolate, you are helping humanity by not spreading the virus and flattening the curve!

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Where can I see full updates of Corona Virus in Indonesia?

You can check on the official website of Indonesian Covid-19 Update. For a complete data in Bali you can visit Official Bali Province Website. Those two websites are in Bahasa, that's why we made this page for foreign travellers that are still in Bali.

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Can I send package within Indonesia or to other countries?

As of today, you can still send and receive package from Bali to other countries or within Indonesia. Cargo flight is still open but limited to.

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So how do I get foods?

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So, what can I do?

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What is the official emergency number for Corona?

CORONA EMERGENCY NUMBER Call 112 or 223333 (For Bali Area) Call 119 ext. 9 (National)

Where are the official referral hospitals for Covid-19 in Bali?

RSUP Sanglah, Denpasar.
Telp: (0361) 227911-15
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RSUD Sanjiwani, Gianyar. Telp: (0361) 943049
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RSU Tabanan
Telp: (0361) 811027, 819810, 811202
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RSUD Kabupaten Buleleng, Singaraja.
Telp: (0362) 22046, 3307744
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What are the symptoms of coronavirus

Common symptom: fever. tiredness. dry cough. Some people may experience: aches and pains. nasal congestion. runny nose. sore throat. diarrhoea. On average it takes 5–6 days from when someone is infected with the virus for symptoms to show, however it can take up to 14 days. People with mild symptoms who are otherwise healthy should self-isolate. Seek medical attention if you have a fever, a cough, and difficulty breathing. Call ahead.

WHO Official Website

For more information regarding Corona Virus, you can visit WHO Official Website.

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