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Bali Opens Vaccination Clinic In Airport Terminal

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As of the 17th of July, Indonesian citizens will need to show proof of a booster vaccination to travel by air either internationally or domestically. In light of this, there are booster vaccination clinics opening up across the island in strategic locations. This week authorities opened a booster vaccination clinic at the domestic terminal at Ngurah Rai Airport.

The facility has been opened to help travelers meet the new travel requirements. Indonesian travelers must show proof of a booster vaccine before boarding their flight. If they have only recently completed their second dose they can show a negative rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours of their upcoming flight.

The latest travel requirements are only for Indonesian travelers. International citizens visiting Indonesia, including Bali, only need to show proof of their completed course of Covid-19 vaccinations at this stage. Travelers who have been fully vaccinated do not need a PCR test before they fly. 

The changing Covid-19 mandate that does affect international travelers is the relaunch of the mask mandate in crowded outdoor settings. All people in Bali must now wear a mask in crowded outdoor areas including beaches, parks, and busy streets.

The mandate for wearing masks in indoor public settings remains in place too. Masks must also be worn in indoor public settings including shops, communal hotel facilities, cafes, malls, and on public transport.

The General Manager of PT Angkasa Pura I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Handy Heryudhitiawan spoke to local reporters in Bali about the new booster clinic at the domestic terminal. He explained how the vaccine stations are open from 9 am until 3 pm. The service is being provided by the Denpasar Class I Port Health Office and the airport stakeholders. 

Heryudhitiawan said that the service is in place to help get Bali citizens fully vaccinated and therefore less at risk of Covid-19 complications. He explained how the service is also there to support the regional government in hitting vaccine targets. Bali has consistently been in the top three most successful vaccination areas in all of Indonesia.

Though in recent weeks uptake of the vaccine has slowed down. Authorities are concerned that with caseloads rising across Bali, efforts to encourage people to continue to take the pandemic seriously need to be renewed.

Speaking to the local media Heryudhitiawan said that ‘this vaccine booth is to accommodate service users who want to travel, but do not yet have a complete vaccine’. The strategic placement of the vaccine clinic at the airport acts as a catch-all for travelers who have been unable to finish their first course of the vaccine and get their booster if enough time has passed since their second dose.

The reason for placing the vaccine clinic at the domestic terminal is due to the high flow of traffic the area receives. Indonesian citizens who are traveling through the international terminal and are in need of their booster vaccine easily nip across to the domestic terminal before they fly. 

The booster vaccine campaign is being rolled out across Bali, with a special focus on rural and vulnerable communities. This week a partnership between NGOs Save the Children and IDEP Foundation with Indonesian Health Security Partnership has been launched to establish mobile vaccine clinics in six villages across Buleleng, Karangasem, and Jembrana regencies.

The campaign is targeted at supporting elderly and vulnerable people in these communities who have not yet completed their vaccine treatment and increasing the uptake of the booster vaccine in the working population.

During a press conference about the partnership, held on Tuesday afternoon, Bernando Halauwet the Quality Control Officer for the IDEP Foundation explained how vaccination programs in Bali must include outreach to marginalized communities who have little access to healthcare and health education.

He explained ‘From the three districts, there are 6,199 people identified as marginalized such as the elderly, disabled, and others for which we have obtained data’. The campaign will run until the end of the year.

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Sunday 17th of July 2022

What if there is a medical or other emergency? Still banned from travel without the booster shot?

This is nothing less than forced vaccination -- a breach of human rights. The vaccination regime and regulations should be managed by medical experts and people with empathy and common sense.


Tuesday 19th of July 2022

@Exp, I was wondering the same thing: Is it by any means wise to take a vaccine right before you get on an airplane? If dangerous side effects occur an hour later or so, you're in the air - not the safest place to need an ER.


Friday 15th of July 2022

No Vacation destination is worth the vaccination of death. The producers already came out, thats it is all a scam. The people die from these vaccines in al age categories and most of them where perfectly healthy before. Myocarditis is the number one death cause now. Dont let yourself get vaccinated by these liars in goverment. Shame on you WEF puppets. God sees all, its not to late to convert and turn yourself to the truth; Jesus Christ the truth, the Way and the Life. Your Goverment dont care about you, the are all payed stooges for the UN agenda 2030 Papapl Jesuit NWO plan. Look at Sri Lanka, oe of those counntries that was ruled by one of these puppets, people are poor, hungry and tired because of the lies. Dont let another lock down happen, dont wear face masks, pcr test is not trustwortie, pcr test is a means to make you scared, and whatover you do dont get the vaccination. God loves you, read the Bible and trust Him only. Maranatha

Nick Mahanets

Saturday 16th of July 2022

@Kersten, yeah, right,& JFK will return.


Saturday 16th of July 2022

@Kersten, amen

Wayan Bo

Thursday 14th of July 2022

Jab bureaucracy only. Anyway, there aren’t vaccine’s available for latest Covid mutations yet.