Empty chairs are seen at a beach in Legian, Bali. Participants in the plan will be given two-night stays at resorts and will be expected to promote “New Normal Bali” on social media. Photo: Bloomberg Empty chairs are seen at a beach in Legian, Bali. Participants in the plan will be given two-night stays at resorts and will be expected to promote “New Normal Bali” on social media. Photo: Bloomberg
Empty chairs are seen at a beach in Legian, Bali. Participants in the plan will be given two-night stays at resorts and will be expected to promote “New Normal Bali” on social media. Photo: Bloomberg

Indonesia offers Bali residents free staycations to test coronavirus protocols

  • Tourism to the resort island was halted in April, but now over 4,000 people will get free tours and hotel stays to test measures to keep visitors safe
  • The New Normal Bali plan was announced as Indonesia reported 4,634 new Covid-19 cases, its biggest daily rise

Topic |   Indonesia
Empty chairs are seen at a beach in Legian, Bali. Participants in the plan will be given two-night stays at resorts and will be expected to promote “New Normal Bali” on social media. Photo: Bloomberg Empty chairs are seen at a beach in Legian, Bali. Participants in the plan will be given two-night stays at resorts and will be expected to promote “New Normal Bali” on social media. Photo: Bloomberg
Empty chairs are seen at a beach in Legian, Bali. Participants in the plan will be given two-night stays at resorts and will be expected to promote “New Normal Bali” on social media. Photo: Bloomberg
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