New regulations on travel within Indonesia

New regulations on travel within Indonesia

As of August 12th, 2022, a series of new regulations on travel within the country have come into effect.

For adults:

  • If you have received a third vaccination dose, there is no requirement for an antigen or PCR test.

  • If you have had 1 or 2 vaccine doses, you must provide a negative PCR test result that is valid for 72 hours.

  • If you are not vaccinated or unable to get vaccinated, you will need to provide a negative PCR test that is valid for the same period as above, as well as a certificate from a public health facility.Regarding children:

  • Children under 18 years of age who have received two vaccine doses are exempt from providing PCR test results.

  • Children aged 6 to 17 who are unvaccinated must provide a negative 72-hour PCR test result or rapid antigen test result.

  • Younger children under 6 are not required to provide vaccination certificates or test results, but should not be travelling with an adult who meets the vaccination and testing requirements.

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