Bali reopening to foreign tourists but with mandatory quarantine still in place, is anyone except its biggest fans likely to go?

In April 2020, the unthinkable happened in Bali: authorities closed the international airport to prevent the further import of Covid-19, turning off the tap for 60 per cent of the island’s GDP and causing 42 per cent of the workforce to lose their incomes, according to new figures from data company Statista.Now, after 18 months of border closures and economic pain, three false starts, a deadly second wave that briefly saw Indonesia become the global epicentre of the pandemic, and a vaccination…


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