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Thursday, December 10 2020 - 18:22
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New Travel Health and Safety Protocols Implemented in Bali to Welcome Back Global Visitors
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --

Having seen an increase numbers of tourists, The Ministry of Tourism and 
Creative Economy (MoTCE) of Indonesia has made massive strides to ensure a safe 
Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) protocols 
in Bali. Namely #InDOnesiaCare, they prioritize safe travel procedures for 
Bali's visitors, as the international flights reopen.

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The new protocols signify the government's effort to revitalize its tourism and 
local economy, as the city has started to see an increase of flights to over 
50%[https://www.thejakartapost.com/travel/2020/12/07/bali-tourism-on-rise.html],
 according to the state-owned airport operator, PT Angkasa Pura I.

"These protocols ensure a smooth travel experience, while prioritizing the 
health and safety for all domestic and global visitors who are coming to Bali. 
We believe that the tourism and creative economy sector can return to 
productivity, but most importantly remain safe from COVID-19." said Director of 
Communication MoTCE Agustini Rahayu.

The new protocols include regular disinfectant procedures, safe physical 
distancing, and temperature checking at every relevant venue. Before entering 
Bali, visitors are required to present a negative swab test result and provide 
the QR-code to be verified by the Ministry of Health officer at immigration 
stations. The QR-code can be retrieved by filling the Electronic Health Card 
Application Form on eHAC Indonesia Electronic Health Card 
app[https://inahac.kemkes.go.id/].

The CHSE protocols also maximize various digital and online services to 
minimize direct contact all the way to the airport exit. Pick up and transfer 
services are also in line with the new standard of operation, which include 
mandatory masks and sanitizers in all transport services.

The comprehensive health protocols also continue when visitors arrive at their 
place of stay. All baggage will be disinfected on arrival, while the check-in 
process will be done with minimal contact, utilizing digital technology where 
possible. 

"Every place, destination, or any tourism businesses that has passed the CHSE's 
assessment will earn an official certified sign of #InDOnesiaCare. Meaning the 
place complies to the new protocols so people can travel safely in Bali. All 
this was put in place so everyone involved – both tourists and people working 
in the industry, can feel safe whilst enjoying the beauty a thriving Bali has 
to offer." Agustini added.

Communications Bureau 
Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy 
+62-811-8956-767 
info@kemenparekraf.go.id

SOURCE The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (MoTCE)

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