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The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia The Hague, the Netherlands

Health protocol and quarantine regulations

Last updated 17 November 2022

International travellers arriving into the territory of the Republic of Indonesia, must follow the following health protocols and quarantine regulations. The international traveller must:

  1. Show proof/certificate of a full dose of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 vaccines, or 1 for the Johnson&Johnson vaccine) minimum 14 days before the date of travel, e.g., stamp in the yellow vaccination book and print out the international QR code from the CoronaCheck website: https://coronacheck.nl/nl/print/
  • International travellers under 18 are not required to show Covid-19 vaccination proof
  • International travellers who cannot get vaccinated due to medical reasons, must show an official statement letter from their physician / hospital.
  1. International travellers having received a full dose of COVID-19 vaccination (at least 2 vaccines, or 1 for the Johnson&Johnson vaccine) do not have to show a negative PCR test upon arrival
  • International travellers that have been tested positive for Covid-19 (max. 30 days prior to departure) and are not contagious, do not have to show proof of a full dose Covid-19 vaccination or negative PCR test prior to departure, under the condition that they must undergo a PCR test upon arrival and attach an International Recovery Certificate and/or doctor's certificate from their country of departure.
  1. Register the vaccination received abroad through the following website of the Indonesian Ministry of Health: https://vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in and upload this data in the Peduli Lindungi app. You will receive a QR Code which can be scanned, for example if you want to enter malls, restaurants and other public places.
  • Ground staff at the airport can help to integrate the data in the Peduli Lindungi app.
  • For more inquiries please contact: dto@kemkes.go.id
  1. Upon arrival International travellers are submitted to a health check:
  • Those who have received 2 and 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccines and have passed the health check are allowed to continue their travels
  • For those who have only received 1 dose of COVID-19 Vaccines, must undergo quarantine for 5 days at their own expense
  • If the traveller has Covid related symptoms and/or their body temperature is higher than 37,5 degrees during the health check, they must retake a PCR test at the airport and wait for their result. After receiving a negative PCR test result the traveller is allowed to continue their activities. If the PCR test is positive, travellers with mild or no symptoms have to quarantine for 5 days in their accommodation
  • To those who undergo the 5 days quarantine, travellers must retake another PCR test on the fourth day.
  • International travellers under 18 follow the provisions applied to their parents/caregiver or travel companion.

##Regulations for domestic travelling

Every individual who carries out a trip is obliged to apply, and comply with the following health protocols:

  1. Use the PeduliLindungi App as proof of vaccination while travelling;
  2. Domestic travellers, aged 18 and up, are required having received the third vaccination dose (booster);
  3. Foreign domestic travellers from abroad, aged 18 and up, are required having received two vaccination dose;
  4. Domestic travellers aged between 6 – 17 years must show proof of having received 2 dose of COVID-19 vaccination;
  5. Foreign domestic travellers from abroad, aged between 6 - 17 years are exempted from the COVID-19 vaccination;
  6. Domestic travellers aged under 6 years are exempted from the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. They must travel with their parent(s)/caregiver(s) or travel companion who has complied with the vaccination requirements and health protocols;
  7. It is not mandatory anymore to show a negative PCR- or Rapid Test Result;
  8. Domestic travellers who cannot get vaccinated due to medical reasons, must show an official doctor's certificate from their physician/hospital which states that the person concerned cannot get vaccinated and why;