bali restrictions finally lifted

Bali restrictions finally reduced from level 4 to 3

Bali restrictions finally reduced from level 4 to level 3 for 11 out of the 14 regions after the COVID-19 cases have been recently  improved.  Currently ,there are 3 regions’ in Bali who stay on same PPKM level 4.  Luhut Pandjaitan stated during  a press conference on the extension of the Java-Bali PPKM said that COVID-19 cases nationally experienced a downward trend of up to 93.9 percent.COVID-19 cases in Java-Bali fell by 96 percent from the peak point of COVID-19 cases on July 15, 2021.


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“In the implementation of PPKM carried out until last week, the government managed to reduce Bali province to level 3, so that from 11 regencies/cities level 4, today it is reduced to 3 regencies/cities,” said Luhut on  Monday, September 13 th 221. The improving COVID-19 situation in Java-Bali led to a decrease in PPKM levels. But Luhut emphasized the need to accelerate vaccination, implement PeduliLindung to comply with health protocols It can be said that we all need to be vigilant because there is an increase in confirmed cases and deaths in Sukoharjo Regency, Tegal Regency, Semarang Regency. This is also an early warning for us,” said Luhut.

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In his explanation, Luhut highlighted the observance of health protocols that everyone must follow. He spoke of the adherence to the procedure for residents to wear masks in Bali, which is already more than 95 percent. But I’m sorry that there are still excessive religious celebrations that should be controlled so that there are not too many participants which will cause new clusters,” continued Luhut.


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