Current Situation in Bali Update #5 - Feb 27, 2020
Ball continues to main a high level of alert and awareness. As of today Indonesia has yet to confirm a single COVID-19 case in the country. The lastest developments regarding COVID-19
Don't cancel Bali plans: WA Health Minister - Feb 14, 2020
Update from the Department of Health Bali - Feb 13, 2020
The Department of Health Bali Head Mr Ketut Suarajaya responds about the recent news on the Chinese resident who returned home to Bali.
WHO confident with Indonesia detection measures - Feb 13, 2020
As Bali continues to welcome visitors to Bali, there has been wide spread media coverage about the situation in Indonesia.
Bali Open for Business - Feb 10, 2020
The past few weeks have seen some rather challenging times for many. Bali Hotels Association has been busy keeping our members updated by sharing status updates and the latest safety, public health and travel advice. Just as the rest of the world, we look to recover and continue to promote Bali overseas and within Indonesia.
Wonderful Indonesia Australian 5 City Roadshow - Feb 06, 2020
On to the second city for the 2020 Australian Roadshow.
Current Situation in Bali Update #4 - Feb 05, 2020
Bali Hotels Association continues to monitor the situation in Bali with all agencies.
Current Situation In Bali Update #3 - Feb 03, 2020
Bali Hotels Association continues to update our important information page on our website.
Indonesian Government closes borders to travelers from China - Feb 03, 2020
The Indonesian government decided on Sunday 02 February 2020 to close borders to all travelers from China, after Sunday’s successful evacuation of most of its citizens from Wuhan, the epicenter of novel coronavirus outbreak in China’s Hubei province starting Wednesday 05 February 2020 at midnight.
Lasted Update on the situation to Bali - Jan 31, 2020
Bali Hotels Association latest update on the situation in Bali related to the novel coronavius outbreak in China.
The WHO declared the novel coronavirus a public health emergency of international concern, as this would allow the WHO to better coordinate the international response and hold nations to account if they overstep the organization's standards -- which may pertain to travel, trade, quarantine or screening.