The Province of Bali has re-opened government offices and recommenced service to the public, effective Friday, 05 June 2020, but with measures and protocols in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
As reported in NusaBali, some sectors of Bali’s economy shall remain closed until the situation can be officially declared safe. Governor Wayan Koster’s decision to open public services again at government offices is in keeping with a circular issued by the Minister of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform (MenPan RB) No. 57 of 2020 on the mitigation of the COVID-19 Pandemic among government offices and agencies.
Governor Koster cautioned that while government offices are once again open for business, the public must remain vigilant in health and distancing protocols to thwart the spread of COVID-19.