Indonesia applies the following health protocols since 18 July 2022 until further notice.
For the latest update, please always visit the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in your home country or the country where you are traveling from.
- The general obligation to wear a mask in public space has been abolished, but remains obliged in interior spaces.
- PCR test is no longer required to enter Indonesia if you are fully vaccinated (at least 2 vaccines, or 1 for the Johnson&Johnson vaccine). Note: Airlines / carriers may have different requirement to board their transport vehicle regarding PCR test;
- Download the Indonesian mobile application PeduliLindungi before arrival (available on Google Play; App Store, App Gallery);
- Register your Covid-19 vaccine certificate at PeduliLindungi app for your access to indoor public places in Indonesia;
- Download the guideline at the bottom of this page for more details
- Show printed or digital proof that you have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 at least 14 days prior to your departure (exemptions apply to visitors under 18 years old, diplomatic/official government visit, and medically certified persons).
- If you recently have been infected with Covid-19 you are exempted from showing Covid-19 vaccine certificate as long as you can show a medical attestation from doctor/hospital/ministry of health or a Covid-19 recovery certificate from departure country (in English) confirming that you are no longer transmitting Covid-19;
- Temperature check will be done upon arrival in Indonesia and if you have fever and/or Covid-19 symptoms then a PCR test upon arrival must be done;
- If you must do a PCR test upon arrival then you need to wait for you negative PCR test result at a hotel/accommodation.
- If your PCR test upon arrival is positive then you need to quarantine or be treated in a hospital as suggested by Ministry of Health officials.
- Quarantine duration 5 x 24 hours only for those who are not vaccinated or have received 1 dose of vaccine due to medical reasons are required to show a medical certificate from local hospital explaining the reason of why they cannot complete/receive vaccination, followed by another PCR test on the fourth day of arrival in Indonesia;
In the case of a positive PCR test results upon arrival in Indonesia:
- Isolate at an approved facility or at a hospital.
- Foreign citizens must bear their own isolation expenses.
- Isolation costs for Indonesian citizens will be covered by the Indonesian Government.
- Domestic travelers with Indonesian passport that are 18 years or older are required to be fully vaccinated (incl. third booster vaccine).
- Domestic travelers with a foreign nationality that are 18 years or older are required to be fully vaccinated (at least 2 vaccines, or 1 for the Johnson&Johnson vaccine)
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