The central government plans to remove the quarantine for vaccinated international visitors starting March 14.
The Maritime and Investment Ministry coordinator, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, confirmed that the government plans to revoke the quarantine policy for international visitors in the near future.
“We will test the zero quarantine policy for the travelers arriving on March 14 with several terms and conditions,” Luhut said during a virtual press conference on Sunday (27/2).
The visitors must fulfill the following requirements:
- proof of hotel reservation for at least 4 days of stay or proof of local residence for Indonesian citizens
- proof of the second Covid-19 vaccination or booster vaccination
- PCR test upon arrival and isolate until receipt of test results
- A second PCR test on the third day of stay
Luhut explained that this policy was initiated as the Covid-19 vaccination rate in Bali is already higher than the other provinces in Indonesia. He also admitted that he might implement this policy earlier if the Covid-19 transmission is properly handled.
“This policy can be implemented earlier than March 14 if the Covid-19 transmission continues to decrease. We also plan to implement this zero quarantine policy to the other provinces in Indonesia by April 1,” Luhut concluded.
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