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DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – The Drug Unit of Denpasar Police with the Counter Transnational and Organized Crime (CTOC) of Bali Police managed to secure 24 cases of drug abuse with a total of 30 perpetrators during May 2020. Denpasar Police Drug Unit Chief Arj. Comm. Pol. Mikael Hutabarat explained those 30 perpetrators consisted of 13 dealers with three of them...
Bali Deputy Governor Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati. (Picture: Pemprov)
DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) - Deputy Governor of Bali Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardana Sukawati (Cok Ace) said that Bali Administration will prepare protocols for one of the island’s main products, the MICE Tourism. According to Cok Ace, Bali has been one of the world’s best destinations for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) that supported by adequate room accommodations, meeting rooms,...
Ubud Food Festival 2020.
UBUD, Bali (BPN) - The team of Yayasan Mudra Swari Saraswati, the founding body of the Ubud Food Festival, had to make the tough decision to postpone Ubud Food Festival 2020 Presented by ABC until further notice. “With the continuing support of our Presenting Partner, Kraft Heinz ABC, government, communities, volunteers, and all our partners and sponsors, we are optimistic...
COVID-19 cases in Bali
DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Deputy Chairman of Bali COVID-19 Task Force Dewa Made Indra announced 23 new confirmed cases as of Friday, May 29, bringing the total number to 443. “There are 23 new cases today. All are Indonesian citizens, consist of 12 returning migrant workers (PMI) and 11 local transmissions,” Dewa Indra said in Denpasar, Friday. Dewa Indra also announced...
Bali reopen
DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Bali is famous for its cultural-based tourism which for years has attracted millions of tourists. But it will slightly change after the COVID-19 pandemic ends since Bali Authorities plan to focus on Nature Tourism as the main point of the promotion after reopening. This was revealed by Bali Deputy Governor Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati (Cok...
Infographic of COVID-19 cases in Bali as of Thursday, May 28. (pemprov)
DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Deputy Chairman of Bali COVID-19 Task Force announced 12 recoveries as of Thursday, May 28, bringing the total number to 314. Besides, Dewa Indra also announced five new confirmed cases, bringing the total number to 420. “There are five new cases today. All are Indonesian citizens, consist of one returning migrant worker (PMI) and four local transmissions,”...
Infographic of COVID-19 cases in Bali as of Wednesday, May 27. (pemprov)
DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Deputy Chairman of Bali COVID-19 Task Force Dewa Made Indra announced eight new confirmed cases as of Wednesday, May 27, bringing the total number to 415. “There are eight new cases today. Four are from Indonesia Migrant Workers (PMI), three imported cases (from other regions in Indonesia), and one local transmission,” Dewa Indra said in his...
Kemenparekraf Improves Room Attendant’s Competency to Prepare New Normal in Tourism. (Picture: Kemenparekraf)
JAKARTA (BPN) - Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf) assisted tourism and creative economy employees to increase their competencies (upskilling and reskilling) in anticipation of returning to their jobs field when the COVID-19 pandemic ends. The ministry conducted online training for the room attendant which is officially opened on Tuesday, May 26, attended by 75 participants. The training will...
Infographic of COVID-19 cases in Bali as of Tuesday, May 26. (pemprov)
DENPASAR, Bali (BPN) – Deputy Chairman of Bali COVID-19 Task Force Dewa Made Indra announced 11 new confirmed cases as of Tuesday, May 26, bringing the total number to 407. “There are 11 new confirmed cases. One from Indonesia Migrant Worker (PMI) and 10 local transmissions,” Dewa Indra said in an official statement in Denpasar on Tuesday. Dewa Indra also announced...
Bali Regional Secretary Dewa Made Indra. (Picture: Pemprov Bali)
BANYUWANGI, East Java (BPN) – Bali Government and Banyuwangi Authorities, East Java, have agreed to tighten the surveillance at Ketapang Port, to anticipate arus balik, the period when people return back to the city after celebrating Ramadhan in their hometown. According to Bali Regional Secretary (Sekda) Dewa Made Indra, people should meet various specified requirements before entering the island, and...
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