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Indonesia's Bali chases dream of coronavirus-free tourism

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Sanur, Jun 9 (EFE/EPA).- The Indonesian government has planned to reopen the tropical island of Bali, a favorite tourist hotspot, to foreign tourists by the end of July 2021, making Indonesia one of the first places in Southeast Asia to open borders since the beginning of the pandemic. So far officials have not given details over whether the reopening of borders will include bans on tourists from certain regions. (Camera: MADE NAGI). B-ROLL OF A NEARLY EMPTY BEACH IN SANUR, BALI, INDONESIA.

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