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Vaccinated tourists could be welcomed back to Bali as coronavirus threatens the island’s economy

Indonesia is drawing up a plan that could allow foreign tourists to return to Bali within months if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and return a negative test on arrival.

The central government in Jakarta is debating how to establish a “COVID-free corridor” for tourists from key countries to visit select areas of Bali, including Nusa Dua on the southern tip of the island.

  • Anne Barker
  • ABC News

Indonesia’s Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno said Australia was one of …

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