Fears for four Australians in Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail over COVID-19 ...

Fears for four Australians in Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail as they develop coronavirus symptoms after COVID-19 spread like wildfire through crowded prison Four Australian prisoners are showing signs of coronavirus in Kerobokan jail The Bali Nine's Matthew Norman & Si Yi Chen developed COVID-19 symptoms Brendon Luke Johnson & Robert Andrew Fides Ellis were also declared 'reactive'  The jail is dealing with an outbreak as 106 of the 1400 prisoners test positive 

By Louise Ayling For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 12:27 BST, 24 October 2020 | Updated: 12:27 BST, 24 October 2020

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Four Australian prisoners have developed coronavirus symptoms in Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail.

Matthew Norman, Si Yi Chen, Brendon Luke Johnson and Robert Andrew Fides Ellis were all declared 'reactive' for the virus by prison officers.

They will be 'isolated' with hundreds of other prisoners who are also showing symptoms to try and contain the outbreak in the confined and overcrowded facility. 

Norman and Chen are serving life sentences for drug trafficking after being jailed as part of the infamous Bali Nine.   

Norman (left) and Chen (right) were busted with suitcase containing 334 grams of heroin at the Melasti Hotel in Kuta in April 2005

Si Yi Chen has developed COVID-19 symptoms as he serves out his sentence for drug trafficking at Bali's Kerobokan jail

Norman (left) and Chen (right) are serving life sentences for drug trafficking after being jailed as part of the infamous Bali Nine

While Brendon Luke Johnson was jailed for selling cocaine in Bali and Robert Andrew Fiddes Ellis was locked up for 15 years for serious child sex offences. 

The jail is

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