Indonesia decides to lessen mandatory quarantine period for international travelers

 Monday, November 8, 2021 


The Indonesian government has decided to lessen the mandatory quarantine period for international travelers, for both Indonesian citizens and foreigners, from five to three days, said the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs AirlanggaHartarto.

“This rule applies to international travelers who have met the requirements, including being fully vaccinated and negative for Covid-19 based on PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test results since their departures, after the arrivals in Indonesia, and at the end of the quarantine period,” Hartarto said in a statement.

Domestic travelers who are fully vaccinated are required to show negative antigen swab test results or PCR tests for those with only one shot of vaccine.

Hartarto emphasized that the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia is mostly under control with the declining number of cases.

Indonesia is thinking aboutestablishing a vaccinated travel lane (VTL) with Australia, said Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno.

To date, visitors from 19 countries, including China, France, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates, have been allowed to travel to Bali, famous for its emerald rice terraces, Hindu temples and white-sand beaches.

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