Indonesia will partially reopen the resort island of Bali to international travelers next week, AFP reports.
Ngurah Rai Island International Airport will be open to foreign travelers from South Korea, China, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Dubai and New Zealand from October 14, Maritime and Investment Minister Luhut Panjitan told a news conference.
However, the partial discovery does not extend to Australia, a key tourist source before the pandemic.
All foreign travelers will be required to have proof of quarantined hotel reservations for a period of at least eight days at their own expense, but it remains unclear what other restrictions may apply beyond that.
Indonesian authorities have begun releasing restrictions steadily as the country sees a drop in daily confirmed Covid cases and deaths, including in Bali.