Corona Virus Bali Indonesia

Update on Corona Virus in Bali

The government has announced to suspend all flights from Bali to China starting Wednesday 5th.


Impacts of Corona Virus Outbreak for Bali - Indonesia

According to the latest Press Statement No. 44/SP/II/BKIP/2020 from Indonesian Ministry of Transportation, all tourists from the People's Republic of China will have to return home by Wednesday 5th February 2020, 00:00 WITA. "Therefore, we would like to express our deepest sympathy and sending out prayers to everyone who has been affected by the Corona outbreak", the government stated.

Because of the Corona Virus Outbreak, all flights between China and Bali will be suspended as per February, 5th 2020 at 00:00, for an undetermined time, until the next review from Indonesian Ministry of Transportation will be officially published. Only passenger holding a valid ticket are requested to go to the airport.

With almost 6 million foreign tourists coming to Bali every year, Chinese tourists are the second largest group right after Australians. Almost 100,000 Chinese visitors come to Bali every month. Many local businesses are very dependent on this tourism segment. So far the government has recorded already 50-60% cancellations after the travel warning have been released.
The Corona Virus outbreak surely will have massive impact to many tourism businesses all over Bali. However, the face masks are also here in Bali already difficult to find, since many shops are sold out.

The Indonesian authorities have ordered preventative procedures to prevent an outbreak of the Corona Virus in Bali and actually all over Indonesia, which will have to be carried out at 135 entry and exit points including international airports, seaports and border areas. The government installed thermal scanners and medical check-up posts to examine travelers who might be infected with the corona virus.

According to Indonesian Health Ministry dozens suspected carriers of the Corona Virus had been already clinically tested in major hospitals throughout Indonesia, including 3 tourists in Bali who were sent to Sanglah General Hospital. All of the tests returned negative, no patient as infected with the Corona Virus as of Monday, February 2nd.


Ofiical Statement Letter about the Corona Virus in Bali