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Work on a Bali beach? Indonesia to send civil servants to island

Government aims to help tourism-reliant resort rebound from pandemic

A man waits for customers on a nearly empty beach in Kuta, Bali on April 20.   © EPA/Jiji

JAKARTA -- The Indonesian government is working on a plan to send thousands of Jakarta-based civil servants to work remotely from Bali, in a bid to help the economy of the tourism-reliant island rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Up to 8,000 employees at seven ministries will likely be eligible for the program, which is being overseen by the office of the coordinating minister for maritime affairs and investment. They include workers at the energy ministry, the public works ministry and the transportation ministry.

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