The authorities give permission to the inhabitants of the danger zones to go home during the day so they can feed their animals. However, only the young and strong men who can save themselves quickly are allowed to go. Of course, that's what the people have done already before this permission, but now it is official, so to say. In the meantime the governement has put up checkpoints, for example to the famous Besakih temple, holiest of all temples to the balinese hindus. On the one hand, tourists shall be prevented from stepping into the red zone, on the other hand, inhabitants and praying hindus are registered and accompanied. And, of course, they guard the priceless holy relics in the temple. Oh, and, by the way, 10 Timor deers were evacuated.