The public was surprised by the regulation that tourists to Bali must take the PCR test if they board an airplane . They feel the rules are too sudden because they have already bought tickets and hotels to Bali.
"This is called a trap! The refund is also difficult. Departing must be PCR. Not going to Bali," wrote a detikers.
"Well, it's so complicated going to Bali," wrote Dicky.
"Desperate to want to restore Bali tourism but it is difficult for those who want to travel, what do you think ?," wrote another.
The provincial government of Bali today issued a Circular regarding mandatory PCR test rules for those using airplanes. Meanwhile, those who use land and sea trips are required to submit a negative rapid antigen test result.
Previously, the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Pandjaitan asked travelers to include the results of the H-2 swab or swab test before departure by plane.
"We ask that tourists who are boarding a plane to Bali must take the PCR H-2 test before their flight to Bali and require the H-2 rapid antigen test before land travel to Bali," said Luhut.
This rule comes into effect from December 18 to January 4 to reduce the transmission of the Corona virus in Bali.
"How come it's troublesome. The flight is all closed so we can cancel it. At this rate it will make everyone's loss. Now the flight with the hotel cancels, they can't refund," he said.
They considered it better not to need a test swab to board a plane to Bali . "The flight should also be sufficiently rapid antigen test, why PCR ?,"
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