Wednesday, August 18, 2021, it was reported that hundreds of foreigners left Bali. Among the hundreds of those foreigners, Australian citizens are the most.
Jamaruli Manihuruk, Head of the Regional Office, The Ministry of Law and Human Rights in Bali, said that the hundreds of foreigners return were not due to evacuation. However, it is acknowledged that the Australian government has participated in facilitating flying permits, including Indonesian citizens who have been living in Australia for a long time.
Quoting from sindonews.com, immigration authorities recorded 186 people leaving Bali, with details of 80 Indonesian citizens, 97 Australian citizens, two British citizens, one Germany, one Irish, three Syrians, one New Zealand citizen, and one Turkish.
As additional information, foreigners who leave Bali have carried out appropriate procedures, such as do PCR tests and others.