Jakarta is also yet to lift its ban on foreign tourists entering Indonesia.
"The situation in Indonesia is not conducive to allow international tourists to visit Indonesia, including ... Bali," the island's governor I Wayan Koster said in an official letter dated Saturday.
"The central government supports (Bali's) plans to recover tourism by opening the doors for international tourists. However, this requires care, prudence, not to be rushed, and requires careful preparation," it added.
He did not give a new date for allowing foreign tourists to visit.
The volume of flights to and from Bali plummeted during the global pandemic, leaving hotels empty and restaurants struggling to survive. The island has recorded some 49 deaths and just over 4,000 cases of the virus.
"New cases are under control, the recovery rate is increasing and the fatality rate is under control," Mr Koster said.
Nationwide, Indonesia has seen at last 6,680 virus deaths with more than 153,000 confirmed cases, but the real toll is widely believed to be hidden by limited testing.
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