Indonesia is exploring plans to open foreign borders to tourists

Indonesia is planning a plan to open up to foreign tourists where travelers worry that such a move could jeopardize national efforts to spread the coronavirus, the state said. Said Erick Thohir. Thohir, the city’s daily coronavirus operator, responds if the government continues with plans to open Bali, Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination, on September 11 as planned. . Thohir said in an online interview on Saturday. “Therefore, the commission has decided to review this policy to allow foreign travelers to come.” Foreign travelers, who generate billions of dollars in revenue, are also a very important part of the Indonesian economy, he said. The fourth most populous country in the world is also plagued by cancer with a small number of cases since the end of May.