107 Foreigners were Refused to Enter Bali
Based on data from the Bali Department of Law and Human Rights, which has three immigration offices, by the end of February 107 tourists were refused to enter Bali.
Those who were refused entry into Bali were foreigners from various countries who had a history of traveling to China. This measure follows the government order No. 3 of 2020, which refuses the entrance to Indonesia to a tourist how has stopped by or entered China within the last 14 days.
In addition to refusing foreigners entrance to Bali, three immigration offices namely Immigration Class I Special Ngurah Rai TPI, Class 1 Immigration TPI Denpasar, and Singaraja Immigration, extended residence permits to 1,051 Chinese tourists (293 in Denpasar, 682 in Jimbaran and 76 in Singaraja).
The source: Bali Post