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Is it safe to travel to Bali after COVID?

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Is it safe to travel to Bali after COVID? The number of daily cases in Bali remained low compared to most areas in Indonesia.

Bali has handled the Pandemic with some good strict measures in the initial stage only. But is it safe to travel to Bali after COVID? Well, we would say absolutely yes if you believe that you will be able to follow all measures.

LestacWorld.com had a talk with managements of different hotels and Villa’s in Bali and they were seen quite confident about their efforts of minimum contact and maximum steps of automation . The question here arises if Bali is going to open In july 2021 ? Well no one really knows and everyone is predicting only.

With the launch of Vaccine also travel destinations has got quite a good hope of back to normalcy.

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Few Important tips to deal with COVID 19 while you are in Bali 🙂

Listen to WHO & CDC. 

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It’s important to listen to reputable sources. For all accurate updates, travel advice, and support, check out WHO Indonesia and the Official CDC website.

Wash your hands frequently with soap.

Wash your hands regularly

That means thoroughly lathering the backs of your hands, in-between your fingers, and under your nails. Scrub for at least 20 seconds (or for as long as it takes to hum the “Happy Birthday” song twice) and then dry your hands with a clean towel. Use a hand sanitizer if you can’t wash your hands immediately.

Check your travel and health insurance. 

If you booked your Bali holiday before the Coronavirus outbreak, chances are, your insurance is still valid. For everyone else, you will need to confirm with your provider to determine whether any COVID-related issues will be covered – that includes medical treatment, flight cancellations, and even accommodation allowances if you happen to be held up anywhere. Luckily, many airlines and hotels are waiving cancellation fees and honoring refunds.

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