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Update Policy and
Health Procedure Related to
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Situation

Thank you for continuing your support to Blue Lagoon Avia Villas, we have taken a number of precaution steps related to the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in order to maintain a safe, secure environment for our valued guests and employees by following guidelines from WHO and the local health departments.

Commitment to Health Procedure

Blue Lagoon Avia Villas always prioritizing our guest’s safety and comfort. To ensure guest well-being at our hotels, we have increased our cleaning standards even further with updated our health procedure.

We take standards for hygiene and cleanliness very seriously and are taking additional steps to ensure the safety of our guests during in the property.

On a daily basis, our team are working to ensure that they meet the latest guidance on hygiene and cleaning. Our villas’ health and safety measures are designed to address a broad spectrum of viruses, including COVID-19, and include everything from hand washing hygiene and cleaning product specifications to guest room and common area cleaning procedures.

Specific steps we are taking include:

Travel Policy

Referring closely to WHO’s report on the spread of Corona virus, the Indonesian government has suspended its visa exemption policy for short-stay visit, visa-on-arrival and diplomatic/service visa-free facilities for all countries.

Please see below information regarding the government policy should you intend to travel to Bali.

  • All foreigners/travelers who wish to visit Indonesia must obtain a visa from Indonesian missions in accordance with the purpose of their visit. Upon submission, applicants must provide health certificate issued by relevant health authorities from their respective countries.
  • The health certificate must be valid and shown to the airlines staff during check-in. The traveler is prohibited to enter or transit Indonesia if he/she could not show his/her health certificate from health authority.
  • All visitors/travelers must complete and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Authority upon arrival at Indonesian airports.
  • Should the travel history indicate that a person has travelled to the government-concerned countries in the last 14 days; such person may be refused entry to Indonesia.
  • For Indonesian citizen who have traveled specifically to areas which mentioned above, therefore he/she will have additional check-up at the arrival airport by the Port Health Authority.

This policy is temporary and will be evaluated according to the development of COVID-19 cases. The passengers whom affected because of this policy may please contact representatives of local government authorities.

Information of the policy can be accessed through Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Republic of Indonesia website. These measures are temporary and shall be evaluated pursuant to further development.

[Updated on Sept 23 2020]

Latest Updates on Visa and Stay Permits Service in the New Normal see in here

Official Hospitals in Bali

The main public hospital in Bali is RSUP Sanglah Hospital located in Denpasar the biggest hospital on the island and has English speaking staff, an international wing and specialists available.

Beside it, there are few official hospitals that will handle all related issues about COVID-19, including Rapid & Swab test enactment.

Ph. (0361) 227911 – 15

Ph. (0361) 943049

Ph. (0362) 22046

Ph. (0361) 811027

Ph. (0361) 222141

Ph. (0361) 4490566

Ph. (0361) 9006813

Ph. (0361) 8953670 / (0361) 8953671

Ph.  (0365) 41006 / (0365) 42821

Ph. (0366) 21172

Ph. (0362) 3303884