Over 15,000 confirmed cases of new crowns in Bali, Indonesia have been hit hard by tourism

The picture shows the attractions of Bali Tanah Lot Temple, and several tour guides are waiting for tourists.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

(Fighting new crown pneumonia) Bali, Indonesia, a total of more than 15,000 cases of new crowns confirmed

  ChinanewsDenpasar, December 12 (Reporter Lin Yongchuan) On the 12th, 9 months and 10 days have passed since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia in Indonesia. The country’s confirmed cases have climbed all the way, and the arrow of the epidemic diagram has never turned down. As an internationally renowned tourist destination, Bali’s tourism industry has suffered heavy losses.

The picture shows the attractions of Tanah Lot Temple on December 11th, with few tourists.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

Tanah Lot Temple, Lovers Cliff, and Bali’s two places with touching legends and rich religious and cultural heritage must visit popular attractions. Nowadays, there are only a few tourists, and there are more service personnel “to ask for life” than tourists.

The picture shows two local residents worshipping at Kuta Beach, praying for the epidemic to pass as soon as possible.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

The picture shows two local residents worshipping at Kuta Beach, praying for the epidemic to pass as soon as possible.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

The “Foreigner Street” of Kuta, which is most popular with Western tourists, has many bars and restaurants, and is crowded with tourists on weekdays, is now in depression, and many stores have been closed for several months.

Kuta Beach, the best place to eat, burn, and watch the sunset on the beach, is often occupied by garbage dumps washed up by the sea, and it has long since disappeared.

The picture shows Kuta Beach where tourists are missing.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

The picture shows Kuta Beach where tourists are missing.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

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Hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, etc. are closed, and a large number of tourism workers are unemployed. The tourism depression has also spread to the agriculture and handicraft industries that provide agricultural and sideline products for hotels and restaurants. In the third quarter of this year, Bali’s economy experienced a year-on-year negative growth of 12.28%, far exceeding Indonesia’s national negative growth of 3.49%.

The picture shows the Lover's Cliff Scenic Area, with almost no tourists in sight.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

The picture shows the Lover’s Cliff Scenic Area, with almost no tourists in sight.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

Although the Bali Provincial Government has lifted restrictions on the arrival of Indonesian domestic tourists as early as July 31, although the Bali Tourism Department has worked hard to create a “healthy and safe” tourism environment, and established the “Bali” on November 15. The “Return” tourism advocacy group cooperated with the government’s follow-up and testing of the epidemic, in order to prepare for international tourists and inspire the people of Bali to maintain their confidence in the revival of tourism. However, after all, the epidemic situation is still severe and the “severe winter” of the tourism industry in Bali Still going on.

The picture shows the Lover's Cliff Scenic Area, with few tourists.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

The picture shows the Lover’s Cliff Scenic Area, with few tourists.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

Indonesian officials announced on the afternoon of the 12th that there were 6,388 new confirmed cases in the country that day, and a total of 611,631 confirmed cases; 142 new deaths and a total of 18,653 deaths. Among them, 69 new cases were confirmed in Bali, and a total of 15,361 cases were confirmed.

The picture shows the depressed leisure shopping “paradise” foreigner street.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

The picture shows “Foreigner Street” almost no tourists.Photo by Lai Hongyuan

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