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Bali reopens for Indonesian tourists on Eid holiday

City of Jakarta extends restrictions after new clusters emerge in offices

JAKARTA -- Indonesia's resort island of Bali started reopening its doors for domestic tourists on Friday, even as the capital Jakarta extends its partial restrictions on movement due to the continued rise of coronavirus cases.

Coinciding with the Idul Adha, or Eid, holiday observed in most parts of the Muslim-majority country, the move follows the partial opening of tourist sites for Bali residents on July 9 ahead of the island's plan to allow international visitors from Sept. 11.

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