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Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been declared by WHO as a pandemic and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has declared Covid-19 as a non-natural disaster in the form of a disease outbreak that must be handled so that there is no increase in cases.
IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES RESTRICTIONS*
* Based on the Circular Letter of the Covid-19 Handling Task Force Number 17 of 2021 concerning Travel Provisions for Domestic People During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic
In order to break the chain of transmission of Covid-19, it is necessary to regulate the law on restrictions on travel activities for domestic people. The purpose and objective of this Circular is to implement health protocols for domestic travelers. The purpose of this Circular is to carry out monitoring, control and evaluation in order to prevent an increase in the transmission of Covid-19.
PEOPLE TRAVEL RESTRICTION CRITERIA*
* Based on the Circular of the Director General of Air Transportation number SE 62 of 2021 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic, dated August 11, 2021; Circular Letter of the Director General of Civil Aviation Number SE 70 of 2021 concerning Amendments to Circular Letter of the Minister of Transportation Number SE 62 of 2021 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of Domestic People's Travel by Air Transportation During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic, dated 7 September 2021; Circular of the Task Force for Handling Covid-19 Number 17 of 2021 concerning Provisions for Travel of Domestic People During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic, dated August 11, 2021.
Noting that in order to break the chain of spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19), the following provisions are regulated:
IMPLEMENTATION OF DOMESTIC TRAVEL WITH AIR TRANSPORTATION DURING THE CORONA VIRUS DISEASE PANDEMIC 2019 (COVID-19)
(Effective from 11 August 2021 until a later date and will be evaluated further according to the latest developments in the field or the results of the evaluation of the Ministry/Agency)
1. Passengers are responsible for their own health by implementing and complying with the 6M health protocol, namely wearing masks, washing hands with soap in running water, maintaining distance, staying away from crowds, reducing mobility and avoiding eating together as well as complying and complying with applicable terms and conditions ;
2. Comply with the provisions for tightening people's travel health protocols as stipulated in the Circular Letter of the Head of the COVID-19 Handling Task Force Number 17 of 2021 concerning Provisions for Domestic People's Travel During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic, in the form of:
2.1 The use of masks must be carried out properly covering the nose and mouth;
2.2 The type of mask used by travellers is a cloth mask of at least 3 (three) layers or a medical mask;
2.3 No one-way or two-way conversations are allowed on the phone or in person during the trip; and
2.4 It is not allowed to eat and drink during the flight journey for a journey that is less than 2 (two) hours, except for individuals who are obliged to take medicine for treatment which if not done can endanger the safety and health of the person;
3. Meet the Health Requirements in the form of:
3.1 For flights from or to airports on the islands of Java and Bali, as well as areas designated through the Instruction of the Minister of Home Affairs as areas with PPKM Level 4 and PPKM Level 3 categories, must show a vaccine card (at least the first dose of vaccination) and a certificate of results negative RT-PCR test whose sample is taken within a maximum period of 2x24 hours before departure;
3.2 For flights between airports in Java and Bali, it is mandatory to show:
3.2.1 Vaccine card (minimum first dose vaccination) and certificate of negative result of RT-PCR test whose sample is taken within a maximum period of 2x24 hours before departure; or
3.2.2 Vaccine card (second dose of vaccination) and a certificate of negative rapid test antigen results whose samples were taken within a maximum period of 1x24 hours before departure;
4. The obligation to show the vaccine card as mentioned in number 3, is excluded for travellers with special health conditions or comorbid diseases that cause travelers to be unable to receive vaccines, with the condition that they must attach a doctor's certificate from a Government Hospital stating that the person concerned has not and/or unable to participate in the COVID-19 vaccination;
5. Fill in the Indonesian e-HAC at the departure airport, to be shown to the health officer at the destination/arrival airport;
6. Persons/Passengers traveling under the age of 12 (twelve) years are temporarily not allowed to travel within the country between provincial/district/city administrative boundaries;
7. Health requirements as mentioned in number 3, are excluded for:
7.1 Pioneer Air Freight Flights; and
7.2 Air Transport Flights in the 3T (Lagged, Frontier and Outermost) areas; and its implementation in accordance with the conditions of each region.
8. In the event that the RT-PCR test certificate states a negative result but the passenger shows symptoms of Covid-19 indications, the passenger is prohibited from RT-PCR diagnostic tests and self-isolation during the waiting time for the results of the examination;
9. Persons/Passengers traveling must use the PeduliLindung application as a condition for domestic travel to check the results of the RT-PCR test or rapid antigen test which results are negative and have carried out the first dose of vaccination or the complete dose.
For further information, contact the Ministry of Health's Covid-19 Virus Hotline at 119 ext 9 or can be accessed through the official website of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia on Covid-19.
For the latest developments from the Indonesian Ministry of Health, please visit the https://www.kemkes.go.id/ page
For the latest developments, it can be accessed through the website of the provincial government of the origin/destination of the flight.
CONDITIONS OF INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS
**Based on the Decree of the Head of the Covid-19 Handling Task Force Number 12 of 2021 concerning Entry Points, Quarantine Places, and RT-PCR Obligations for Indonesian Citizens Doing International Travel; Regulation of the Minister of Law and Human Rights Number 34 concerning the Granting of Immigration Visas and Residence Permits in the Period of Handling the Spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 and National Economic Recovery; and Circular Letter of the Director General of Civil Aviation Number 77 of 2021 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of International Travel by Air Transportation during the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Pandemic.
1. Establish entry points to the territory of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia for Indonesian citizens who travel internationally through:
1.1.1 Soekarno-Hatta, Banten; and
1.1.2 Samratulangi, North Sulawesi.
2. All International Travelers, both Indonesian Citizens (WNI) and Foreign Citizens (WNA) must comply with the following conditions/requirements:
2.1 Comply with the provisions of the health protocol set by the Government;
2.2 Show that the card or certificate (physical or digital) has received the Covid-19 vaccine as a requirement to enter Indonesian territory with the following conditions:
2.2.1 Indonesian citizens are required to show a card or certificate (physical or digital) having received a complete dose of COVID-19 vaccine as a requirement to enter Indonesia, and if an Indonesian citizen has not received a vaccine abroad, they will be vaccinated at a quarantine place upon arrival in Indonesia after inspection. Second RT-PCR with negative result;
2.2.2 Foreigners are required to show a card or certificate (physical or digital) having received a complete dose of COVID-19 vaccine as a requirement to enter Indonesia;
2.2.3 In the event that the foreigner has not received the vaccine abroad, he will be vaccinated at the quarantine place upon arrival in Indonesia after the second RT-PCR examination with a negative result is carried out, with the following conditions:
Holders of a limited stay permit card (KITAS) and a permanent residence permit card (KITAP);
2.2.4 Foreigners who are already in Indonesia and will travel, both domestically and internationally, are required to vaccinate through a program or gotong royong scheme in accordance with statutory regulations;
2.2.5 The obligation to show a COVID-19 vaccination card or certificate (physical or digital) as a requirement to enter Indonesia is excluded for:
2.2.6 A COVID-19 vaccination card or certificate (physical or digital) is required to use English, other than the language of the country of origin.
2.3 Show a negative result through an RT-PCR test in the country of origin whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 3 x 24 hours before the departure time and are attached at the time of the health check;
2.4 Mandatory to use the PeduliLindung application as a condition for international travel to enter the territory of Indonesia;
2.5 Fill out the International E-Hac through the PeduliLindung application or manually at the departure airport (Country of Origin);
2.6 Foreigners who enter the territory of Indonesia are required to show proof of ownership of health insurance/travel insurance which includes health financing in quarantine and treatment when exposed to COVID-19;
2.7 Upon arrival, RT-PCR retests are carried out for international travelers at the arrival airport and are required to undergo centralized quarantine for 8 x 24 hours, with the following conditions:
2.7.1 For Indonesian citizens, namely Indonesian Migrant Workers (PMI), Students/Students or Government Employees who return from an overseas official trip in accordance with the Decree of the Head of the COVID-19 Handling Task Force Number 13 of 2021 concerning Entry Points, Quarantine Places, and RT-PCR Obligations for Indonesian Citizens Who Do International Travels, with financing borne by the Government; and
2.7.2 For Indonesian citizens outside the criteria as referred to in the number and for foreigners, including foreign diplomats, outside the head of the foreign representative and the family of the head of the foreign representative, undergoing quarantine in quarantine accommodation at their own expense.
2.8 Quarantine accommodation places as referred to in number 2.7 points (2) must obtain a recommendation from the COVID-19 Handling Task Force that has met the terms and conditions of the Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association for cleanliness, health and safety. , and environmental sustainability (CHASE) and the Ministry in charge of health affairs for the Jakarta and surrounding areas or the Provincial Office in charge of health affairs in the regions related to the certification of the COVID-19 health protocol;
2.9 In the event that the head of the foreign representative and family serving in Indonesia can self-quarantine at their respective residences for 8 x 24 hours as referred to in number (2.8);
2.10 In the event that the results of isothermal moleculer test (NAAT/other test) or the RT-PCR re-examination upon arrival at the airport show a positive result, then treatment is carried out in a hospital for Indonesian citizens at a cost borne by the government and for foreigners at the expense of being entirely independently borne;
2.11 In the event that a foreign citizen (foreigner) is unable to finance self-quarantine and/or treatment in a hospital, the sponsors, ministries/institutions/BUMN that provide consideration for the entry permit for the foreigner can be held accountable for the said liability;
2.12 For Indonesian citizens and foreigners, a second RT-PCR test will be carried out on the 7th (seventh) day of quarantine;
2. 13 In the event that the RT-PCR retest as referred to in number (2.12) shows a negative result, Indonesian citizens and foreigners are allowed to continue their journey and are recommended to self-quarantine for 14 days and apply health protocols;
2.14 In the event of a positive result as referred to in number (2.12), treatment at the hospital for Indonesian citizens will be carried out at a cost borne by the Government and for foreigners at a cost entirely borne by themselves;
2.15 The RT-PCR test as referred to in number (2.12) can be asked for a written comparison by filling out the form provided by the Port Health Office (KKP) or the Ministry in charge of health affairs for the Jakarta and surrounding areas with the cost of the inspection being borne by the international traveler ;
2.16 The implementation of the RT-PCR comparison test as referred to in number (2.15) is carried out by the laboratories of the Cipto Mangunkusumo Central General Hospital (RSCM), Gatot Soebroto Army Central Hospital (RSPAD) or Bhayangkara Raden Said Sukanto Hospital (RS. Polri). simultaneously or simultaneously by the KKP or the laboratory in cooperation with the quarantine accommodation; and
2.17 Quarantine obligations are only excluded for foreigners holding diplomatic visas and service visas related to official/state visits of foreign officials at ministerial level and above and foreigners who enter Indonesia through the Travel Corridor Arrangement scheme, according to the principle of reciprocity while still implementing strict health protocols.
For more information, contact the Covid-19 Virus Hotline belonging to the Indonesian Ministry of Health at 119 ext 9 or can be accessed through the official website of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia at Covid-19
For the latest developments from the Indonesian Ministry of Health, please visit the https://www.kemkes.go.id/ page
The hotline of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia at +62812 9007 0027.
The hotline of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia at +6221 5210411 or +62812 1212 3119.
Passengers who will take international flights must ensure travel advisory from the destination country/region through the airline or embassy of the destination country.
For the latest travel advice, please visit the International Air Transport Association (IATA) website for more information.