Some Chinese tourists have said they prefer to stay on in Bali rather than return to China quickly because of the outbreak, the consulate said. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters Some Chinese tourists have said they prefer to stay on in Bali rather than return to China quickly because of the outbreak, the consulate said. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters
Some Chinese tourists have said they prefer to stay on in Bali rather than return to China quickly because of the outbreak, the consulate said. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters

Coronavirus: 5,000 Chinese tourists stranded in Bali after Indonesia’s flight ban

  • Indonesia will extend the tourist visas of the Chinese travellers after they were caught unawares by the flight bans
  • To stem the spread of the coronavirus, direct flights to China and visas on arrival for Chinese citizens have been suspended

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some Chinese tourists have said they prefer to stay on in Bali rather than return to China quickly because of the outbreak, the consulate said. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters Some Chinese tourists have said they prefer to stay on in Bali rather than return to China quickly because of the outbreak, the consulate said. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters
Some Chinese tourists have said they prefer to stay on in Bali rather than return to China quickly because of the outbreak, the consulate said. Photo: Antara Foto via Reuters
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