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Bali reopens to some foreign travelers as COVID-19 surge subsides

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DENPASAR, Indonesia - The Indonesian resort island of Bali reopened for international travelers to visit its shops and white-sand beaches for the first time in more than a year Thursday — if they're vaccinated, test negative, hail from certain countries, quarantine and heed restrictions in public.However, foreign visitors may be slow to arrive.

No international flights to Bali were scheduled on the first day of the reopening and a tourism official forecast travel would pick up in November.Bali’s airport will welcome new foreign arrivals from 19 countries that meet World Health Organization’s criteria such as having their COVID-19 cases under control, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, the government minister who leads the COVID-19 response in Java.

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