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WHO in Indonesia says use of cheap antibody test gives travellers with nonreactive results a 'false sense of security'.WHO in Indonesia says use of cheap antibody test gives travellers with nonreactive results a 'false sense of security'.

Bali COVID-19 surge blamed on inaccurate rapid tests for visitors | Indonesia News | Al Jazeera

BALI/BANGKOK: A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt further blows to Southeast Asian hopes of reviving vital tourism industries.BALI/BANGKOK: A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt further blows to Southeast Asian hopes of reviving vital tourism industries.

New virus cases knock hopes of reviving SE Asia holiday hotspots

BALI: A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt ...BALI: A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt ...

New COVID-19 cases knock hopes of reviving Southeast Asia's holiday hotspots - CNA

Alarming photos have emerged showing soldiers walking down the streets of Denpasar handing out fines of 100,000 Rupiah ($9.30 AUD) to anyone without a face covering.Alarming photos have emerged showing soldiers walking down the streets of Denpasar handing out fines of 100,000 Rupiah ($9.30 AUD) to anyone without a face covering.

Military guards the streets of Bali fining those who refuse to wear a face mask during COVID-19 | Daily Mail Online

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A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt further blows to Southeast Asian hopes of reviving vital tourism industries.A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt further blows to Southeast Asian hopes of reviving vital tourism industries.

New virus cases knock hopes of reviving Southeast Asia's holiday hotspots - Reuters

BALI, Sept 8 — A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt further blows to South-east Asian hopes of reviving vital tourism industries. Plans to reopen Bali to foreign tourists from September have...BALI, Sept 8 — A spike in coronavirus infections in Indonesia's holiday island of Bali and Thailand's first locally transmitted case in 100 days have dealt further blows to South-east Asian hopes of reviving vital tourism industries. Plans to reopen Bali to foreign tourists from September have...

New virus cases knock hopes of reviving South-east Asia's holiday hotspots | World | Malay Mail