The government announced on Monday that Bali, which has seen its tourist sector hit hard by the pandemic, would reopen for certain international arrivals starting on Oct. 14, as the pandemic situation in the country continued to improve. “The [Ngurah Rai] airport will open for international travelers from several countries, including South Korea, China, Japan, the United Arab Emirates and New Zealand,” Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister Luhut Pandjaitan, who leads the COVID-19 response in Java and Bali, said on Monday. Foreign nationals wishing to enter Bali will be required to show proof of hotel room reservation for the mandatory eight-day quarantine at their own expense, according to Luhut.

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