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Entry temporarily closed for travelers from England, Norway, and Denmark

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Indonesian SATGAS committee released an official circular regarding banned countries entering Indonesia: “Circular No.26/2021 Concerning International Travel Health Protocol During COVID-19″

Summary of the Circular

❗️ The entry of foreign citizens who have been in Norway, England, Denmark within the past 14 days is temporarily closed. South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, and Lesotho also are still included in the list of banned countries.

To enter the country, international travelers still have to provide:

  • Full vaccination certificate in English (should be at least 14 days after the last dose)*
  • PCR test not older than 72 hours
  • eHAC QR code from Peduli Lindungi application

Also, all international travelers have to do the first RT-PCR test upon arrival and then do quarantine as follows:

  • 10 x 24 hours: For all international travelers (except the banned countries). Second RT-PCR test on the 9th day.
  • 14 x 24 hours: For Indonesian citizens who come from the banned countries. Second RT-PCR test on the 13th day.

*If foreign citizens have not received the vaccine abroad, then they will be vaccinated at the quarantine place after receiving a negative result of the second RT-PCR with the requirements: 12-17 years old; holders of izin tinggal diplomatik and izin tinggal dinas; and/or holders of KITAS and KITAP.

Obligation to show vaccination certificate COVID-19 as a requirement to enter Indonesia is exempted to:

  1. Foreigner citizens holding diplomatic visas for state visits.
  2. Foreigner citizens who have not been vaccinated and intend to travel inside the country and continue to fly out from the territory of the Republic of Indonesia, it is allowed not to show vaccination certificate COVID-19 as long as they do not leave the airport area during transit waiting for an international flight with conditions that it is permitted by the Port Health Office (KKP) and show international flight ticket.
  3. International travelers under 18 years old.
  4. International travelers with health conditions that cause travelers cannot to receive the vaccine with requirements must attach a doctor’s letter from the Government Hospital of the departure country which states that the person is unable to follow the COVID-19 vaccination.

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