Tourists in Bali, Indonesia vaccinated against China (photos)
China News Service, Denpasar, Indonesia, March 3 (Lin Yong Chuan Ye Lu) On the 3rd, the vaccination center at the Nusa Dua Convention Center in Bali, Indonesia has vaccinated tourism practitioners on the island for the fifth consecutive day. Vaccines. More than 5,000 tourists in Bali have been vaccinated with vaccines from China Kexing Company.
The picture shows tourism practitioners inoculating The center is waiting for vaccination. Photo by Ye Lu
In addition to setting up a spacious indoor vaccination area, this vaccination center is also the first to provide “drive-through” vaccination services in Southeast Asia. Prior to this, Indonesian Minister of Health Gunadi, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga, and Governor of Bali Province Koster started the operation of the vaccination center.
The picture shows tourism practitioners waiting in line Vaccination. Photo by Ye Lu
It has been a whole year since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia epidemic in Indonesia, and the country’s tourism industry has suffered heavy losses. In particular, Bali, which is dominated by tourism, has suffered even more in the economic recession. The island has tried several times to resume open tourism, but failed due to the severe epidemic situation.
The picture shows an individual registered as a tourism practitioner Information is waiting for vaccination. Photo by Ye Lu
The picture shows one The driver of the motorcycle is vaccinated. Photo by Ye Lu
On January 13, the new crown vaccine from China began to be vaccinated in Indonesia. Bali was listed as a priority area for vaccination by the Indonesian government, allowing the island’s tourism industry to see the epidemic The dawn of the arrival of international tourists.
The picture shows a vaccinator Proof of vaccination. Photo by Ye Lu
The picture shows the tourism industry Personnel waited for vaccination at the vaccination center. Photo by Ye Lu
According to Sandiaga, with the vaccination of tourism practitioners and people in Bali, the Indonesian tourism department is planning for “green tourism” in Nusa Dua and Ubud without the new crown epidemic. Districts” and “anti-epidemic tourism corridors”, we look forward to re-welcoming international tourists, especially those from China, Singapore, and other countries as soon as possible. (End)