According to the publication The Jakarta Post, the Indonesian authorities threaten deportation for those tourists who do not respect social distance and are without protective masks in enclosed spaces and public areas.
The impetus for this decision was the case of the yoga instructor, who is in Bali to conduct classes for more than 60 foreigners, violations, violating thus a number of established prohibitions imposed to combat coronavirus.
The training he conducted in Public yoga center House of Om in Ubud, where the participants were without masks and were standing close to each other. Photography classes appeared online, bringing instructors from Syria, arrested for failure to comply with sanitary-hygienic norms and requirements, and his work visa was revoked. It is now awaiting deportation to their homeland.
The publication also notes that the Ministry of health in Indonesia was still illegal to hold meetings with the participation of more than 25 people.
According to official data, during the last three months in Bali had identified more than 1,200 cases of infection with coronavirus infection, 11 patients died.