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Bali Residents Are Asked to Reduce Mobility


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The addition of daily Covid-19 cases in Bali has increased in the last few days. Residents are asked to reduce mobility if it is not urgent.

“Reduce mobility if it’s not urgent and it’s an important matter. It’s better to stay at home or limit meetings and gatherings with many people,” said Secretary of the Bali Province Covid-19 Task Force, Made Rentin in a press statement in Denpasar, Sunday (20/6/2021).

Rentin said, on Saturday (19/6/2021), the addition of positive cases in Bali Province touched three digits, namely 155 people. Whereas in the previous weeks, the daily cases of Covid-19 in Bali had been sloping with the average addition of cases below 50.

“The risk of transmission increases when the event provides consumption because when eating or drinking, you must remove the mask. It is made worse by crowding and chatting, which brings a risk of transmission,” Rentin said.

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