Indonesia temporarily bans international travelers
As Indonesia begins a mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign, it has announced the temporary ban of all international travelers from the country.
The ban includes international transit passengers but doesn’t apply to the following:
- Ministerial-level diplomatic and service visa holders
- Diplomatic residence permit holders or service residence permit holders
- KITAP (Permanent Stay Permit) and KITAS (Temporary Stay Permit) holders
Non-Indonesians included in these exemptions who wish to enter Indonesia must show PCR test results with negative results taken no more than 48 hours before their arrival.
Each passenger must quarantine for 5 days at a government-approved hotel and undergo a PCR test before and after the quarantine period.
PCR test results are also necessary to board domestic flights.
Passengers coming from Bali (WADD/DPS) must provide negative PCR test results taken no longer than 48 hours ahead of their trip.
Passengers from other areas in Indonesia must provide a negative PCR test result taken no longer than 72 hours ahead of their trip.
Air crew must provide negative PCR test results taken no longer than 48 hours before arrival.
For domestic flights, a negative PCR test result no older than 14 days is required.
Crew visas are available and applicable for 7 days.
Any member of crew arriving on a commercial flight will not be granted a crew visa.
Indonesian citizens coming from abroad (either directly or in transit) are required to show PCR test results with negative results taken no more than 48 hours before arrival and must quarantine for 5 days at a government-approved hotel.
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