Indonesia extends entry ban for foreigners

Indonesian authorities have extended the entry ban for foreign tourists. Officially, the ban will be in effect until January 28, 2021.

The restrictions were introduced by the Indonesian government on January 1, 2021 for 2 weeks. Entry is allowed exclusively to local people, diplomats and officials. After two weeks, it was decided to extend the restrictions for another 2 weeks.

We also recall that the Amsterdam authorities want to ban the sale of marijuana to foreign tourists. The reason is the desire to change the image of the city and reduce the tourist flow.


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