The Covid-19 Handling Task Force has revoked the Covid-19 test requirement for double-vaccinated domestic travelers.
The Head of Health Support for the National Covid-19 Handling Task Force, Alexander K Ginting, confirmed that as per Decree Number 11 Year 2022 concerning Travel Requirements For Domestic Travelers During Pandemic, the government has officially revoked PCR and antigen test requirements for travelers who have received the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine as of Tuesday (8/3).
Alexander explained that this revision covers all transportation methods, including public and private vehicles on land and sea and air travel services.
The government will ensure safety by supervising the implementation of all Covid-19 protocols, such as PeduliLindungi utilization, checking of vaccination status, and flagging any symptoms that might indicate a virus infection.
Meanwhile, travelers who have only received the first dose of vaccination must show a negative 3-day PCR test result or a negative antigen test conducted one day before departure.
“Talking and having meals are banned on all public transportation unless they have a certain physical condition that requires an exemption,” Alexander concluded.
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