Update on Entering Indo

michchappers

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Just an update for anyone planning on entering Indonesia during the 22nd till the 8th of Jan, the Indonesian government has just imposed a new protocol which requires you to have a valid PCR test taken within 72 hours of your departure and take another one once you land. However, you will need to quarantine in a government-approved facility while you wait for the results of your PCR which you will have to pay for by yourself (not sure if this is a hotel or something else).

Hope that helps (and try rechecking this info, it might change or be inaccurate)
 

ChrisTex

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This is from the JAL website who are usually updating it.


Indonesia​

Information on entry restrictions​

Upon entering Indonesia, passengers traveling from foreign countries must have a visa along with a health certificate written in English, stating that the traveler has tested negative for COVID-19 within the last 7 days prior to entering the country.
Indonesian nationals will also need to present a health certificate written in English, stating that the traveler has tested negative for COVID-19 within the last 7 days prior to entering the country.
If travelers have not undergone a PCR test, if the health certificate is inadequate, or if the authority determines that it is not valid, travelers may need to undergo a PCR test condcuted by the authorities.
 

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