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#SiagaCOVID19 - Advisory on Covid-19

27 Mar 2020

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 disease outbreaks that must be addressed so there is no increase in cases.

LARGE SCALE SOCIAL RESTRICTIONS*

*Based on Regulation issued by Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 9 on April 3rd, 2020 regarding The Guideline of the Large Scale Social Restrictions in order to Expedite on Handling Covid-19.

To reduce the risk of Covid-19 virus transmission, the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia has issued the regulations regarding Large Scale Social Restrictions as follows:

1. Each passenger to limit the number of people and setting the distance of people in airport area;

2. When using private or public transportation to and from the airport, each passenger needs to pay attention and limit the number of people in the vehicle and keep the distance between people in both private and public transportation.

TRAVEL RESTRICTION CRITERIA**

*Based on Circular Letter issued by Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid-19 number 7 of 2020 regarding Travel Restrictions Criteria in the Adaptation of New Normal Towards Productive Citizen in order to Expedite Covid-19 Handling on June 6th, 2020; Circular Letter issued Director General Aviation Number SE 13 Tahun 2020 regarding Air Transportation Operational Guidelines for Travel Restriction in order to Expedite Covid-19 Handling on June 8th 2020; Minister of Transportation Regulation number PM 41 Tahun 2020 and Circular Letter issued by Director General Aviation Number SE 37 Tahun 2020.

Concerning the direction of the President of the Republic of Indonesia regarding the prohibition of going back to origin hometown (mudik), Large-scale Social Restrictions, and in the context of preventing the spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19), Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid-19 (the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Covid-19 established the Criteria for Restricting the Travel of Persons in the Framework of Accelerating Handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19)) valid until the stipulation of a Presidentical Decree replacing Presidentical Decree Number 11 of 2020 with following requirements:

AIRPORT PROVIDER CRITERIA

1. Support the implementation of regulations based on Circular Letter issued by Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid-19;

2. Establish security and inspection post at each airport equipped with health protocol facilities, and to implement the protocol in coordination with the Airport Authority, Port Health Office, Police Department, National Guard, Regional Government, Regional Covid-19 Task Force and other related agencies;

3. Support the provision and implementation of slot time recommendations if the airlines change flight schedules; and

4. To carry out all activities with based on health protocol and regulation of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number PM 41 of 2020 regarding The Changes of PM 18 on Transportation Control in the Framework of Preventing the Spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) as follow:

a. Airport capacity (slot time) adjustment based on evaluation; dan

b. Limit the number of passenger seats by applying physical distancing seating method.

 

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT - ARRIVAL

HEALTH PROTOCOL FOR HANDLING OF INDONESIAN CITIZENS RETURN AND FOREIGN NATIONALS’ ARRIVAL IN STATE ENTRANCE AND LARGE-SCALE SOCIAL RESTRICTIONS AREA****

****Based on Circular Letter issued by Ministry of Health number HK.02.01/MENKES/313/2020 regarding Health Protocol for Handling Indonesian Citizens’ Retur and Foreign Arrivals from Foreign Countries at State and Regional Entrances in Situations of Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) on May 7th, 2020.

1. Every Indonesian citizen and foreign citizen who enters Indonesia must follow the health quarantine procedures and additional health screenings applied in Indonesia.

2. Additional health screenings include:

a. Interview;

b. Examination of temperature, signs and symptoms of Covid-19;

c. Oxygen saturation check;

d. Rapid Test/PCR Examination.

3. Every Indonesian citizen and foreign citizen must implement the principles of prevention and control of Covid-19 by doing as follows:

a. Physical distancing;

b. Always wear a face mask;

c. Implement Healthy Clean Living Behavior (PHBS);

4. Every Indonesian citizen who returns to Indonesia should carry a Health Certificate in English which valid for maximum 7 days from the issuance of the health facility from the country of origin, and validated by the Port Health Office doctor at the arrival Port/Airport/Country Land Border Crossing.

5. Indonesian citizen returning with health certificate proving the results of a negative PCR Covid-19 examination:

a. Additional health screenings except for the rapid test or PCR will be applied.

b. If no diseases and/or risk factors are found in the health examination, Port Health Authority will issue Health Clearance and Health Alert Card.

c. May continue the trip to the area of origin by carrying a travel permit issued by the local COVID-19 Handling Task Force.

d. Carry out self-quarantine at each place for 14 days, apply physical distancing, wear face mask, and apply Healthy Clean Living Behavior (PHBS).

e. Health clearance is submitted to the local neighborhood association (RT/RW) which then will be forwarded to the local health facility (Puskesmas) to perform monitoring during the quarantine period at home.

6. Indonesian citizens who return, if:

a. Do not carry a health certificate;

b. Bring a health certificate with a validity period of more than 7 days, or

c. Bring a health certificate but do not prove Covid-29 negative PCR results.

Additional health checks are carried out including rapid test and/or PCR.

7. If specimen can be collected for PCR examination at the entrance, Indonesian citizens could wait temporarily at the spot/quarantine facilities prepared until the results of the PCR examination come out. Indonesian citizen with Covid-19 negative PCR results and no disease and/or risk factors found in the health examination, then:

a. Provided health clearance by health officers at quarantine facilities.

b. Bring a Health Alert Card that has been given at the entrance.

c. May continue the trip to the area of origin by carrying a travel permit issued by the local Covid-19 Handling Task Force and always wearing face mask during the trip. The trip to the area of origin could be facilitated by the government.

d. Carry out self-quarantine at each place for 14 days, apply physical distancing, wear face mask, and apply Healthy Clean Living Behavior (PHBS).

e. Health clearance is submitted to the local neighborhood association (RT/RW) which then will be forwarded to the local health facility (Puskesmas) to perform monitoring during the quarantine period at home.

8. If PCR examination at the entrance can not be carried out, the Indonesian citizen shall undergo a rapid test.

9. Indonesian citizen with non-reactive rapid test results, then:

a. Quarantine is carried out at quarantine place/facility prepared by the government or other parties.

b. The National/Regional Covid-19 Handling Task Force or other parties provide transportation facilities from the entrance to the quarantine facility.

c. Port Health Authority will issue health alert card to those concerned.

d. The quarantine period lasts until the PCR examination results (if carried out at the spot/quarantine facility) are negative Covid-19, or the results of the rapid rest re-examination on days 7 to 10 are non-reactive.

10. Indonesian citizens with reactive rapid test results or Covid-19 positive PCR test results, are referred to the Emergency Hospital/Referral Hospital in the local area by implementing an infectious disease referral protocol.

11. Every foreign national entering Indonesia must have a Health Certificate in English stating the results of a negative PCR Covid-19 examination. The health certificate is valid for a maximum of 7 days from the issuance of the health facility from the country of origin, and is validated by the Porth Health Office doctor at the arrival port/airport/Country Land Border Crossing.

12. For foreigners who enter Indonesia carrying Health Certificate that proves Covid-19 negative results:

a. Additional health checks are carried out except for the Rapid Test or PCR.

b. If no diseaseas and/or risk factors are found in the health examination, Port Health Authority issues Health Clearance and Health Alert Card to the passenger.

c. May continue the trip to the area of origin by carrying travel permit issued by the local Covid-19 Handling Task Force, and always wearing face mask during the trip.

d. Carry out self-quarantine at his/her residence for 14 days, apply physical distancing, wear face mask and apply Healthy Clean Living Behavior (PHBS).

e. Health clearance is submitted to the representative of his/her country to be forwarded to the local health department (Dinas Kesehatan setempat) to perform monitoring during the quarantine period.

13. Foreigners who do not carry a health certificate or carry a health certificate with a validity period of more than 7 days, or carry a health certificate but do not prove the results of a negative Covid-19, then:

a. Additional health check are carried out including Rapid Test.

b. Foreigners who have comorbidities, if the results of Rapid Test are reactive, there will be a referral and isolation to the Emergency Hospital/Referral Hospital for Covid-19.

c. Foreigners who have no symptoms and do not have comorbidities with reactive Rapid Test results, are recommended to the immigration officials for deportation.

d. If the results of the Rapid Test are non-reactive, foreigners are recommended to the immigration officials for deportation.

REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL ARRIVAL

Based on Circular Letter issued by Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid-19 number 7 of 2020 regarding Travel Restrictions Criteria in the Adaptation of New Normal Towards Productive Citizen in order to Expedite Covid-19 Handling on June 6th, 2020.

1. Every person who comes from abroad must submit and obey the terms and conditions in force:

a. Every person who comes from abroad must conduct a PCR Test at the time of arrival, if it has not been carried out and cannot show the results of the PCR Test from the country of departure.

b. PCR test results are excluded from PLBN (Post-State Border Posts) which do not have PCR equipment, by conducting rapid tests and showing an influenza-free letter of statement (influenza-like illness), and are also excluded for commuter trips sent PLBN with a statement free of symptoms such as influenza (influenza-like illness) issued by the Hospital Doctor / Health Authority;

2. During the waiting time of the PCR Test results, each person must undergo quarantine at a special quarantine accommodation location provided by the government;

3. To use quarantine accomodation (hotels/lodging) that has been certified by Covid-19 quarantine accommodation from the Ministry of Health;

4. Download and activate Peduli Lindungi App on mobile device.

 

ARRIVAL

In order to minimize further spread of the pandemic, passengers with a history of travel within a period of 14 days to the following areas should follow the conditions set as follows:

ALL COUNTRIES***

(Starting from April 2nd, 2020 at 00.00 (GMT +7))

For Foreigners

Temporary suspended to enter or transit to Indonesia with exceptions:

1. Limited Stay Permit and Permanent Stay Permit holders;

2. Diplomatic Visa holders and Service Visa holders;

3. Diplomatic Stay Permit holders and Official Stay Permit Holders;

4. Medical and Food Aid personnel, based on humanitarian reasons;

5. Sea, Air and Land transportation crew;

6. Foreigners who will work on National Strategic Projects.

 

The above exceptions have following requirements:

1. Have and show Health Certificate issued by health authority which from country of origin;

2. Has been in Covid19 Free Region/country for 14 days;

3. Make a Statement of Willingness to be quarantined for 14 days by the government of the Republic of Indonesia.

 

For Indonesians

An additional screening*** shall be carried out by the Port Health Authority:

1. If the additional screening shows initial symptoms of Covid-19, a 14-day observation in a government facility will be applied;

2. If no initial symptom is found, a 14-day self-quarantine will be strongly recommended;

3. Interview;

4. Examination of temperature, signs and symptoms of Covid-19;

5. Oxygen saturation check;

6. Rapid Test/PCR Examination.

 

For Indonesian Migrant Workers*****

An additional screening shall be carried out by the Port Health Authority:

1. Interviews/ Epidemiological investigation

2. Observe any signs or symptoms of Covid-19

3. Oxygen saturation check

 

***Based on Press Release of Ministry of Law and Human Rights of Republic of Indonesia regarding Temporary Prohibition of Foreigners to Enter Indonesian Territory due to Covid-19 on March 31st, 2020, Statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on February 2nd, 2020 and Additional measures of the Indonesian Government in Relation to Covid-19 Response.

*****Based on Letter from Ministry of Health of Republic of Indonesia number SR.03.04/3/354/2020 on March 27th, 2020 regarding The Tightening of Health Status on Indonesian Migrant Workers and Foreign Workers.

For further information, please contact the Indonesia’s Covid-19 Hotline at 119 ext 9.

For the latest updates by National Task Force Against Covid-19 please refer to https://www.covid19.go.id/

For the latest updates by Ministry of Health please refer to https://www.kemkes.go.id/

Hotline Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia +6221 5210411 or +62812 1212 3119

Hotline Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Indonesia +62812 9007 0027.

 

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT - DEPARTURE

Passengers must ensure travel advice (travel advisory) from the destination country through the airline or embassy of the destination country before their flights.

For the latest travel advisories, please visit International Air Transport Association (IATA)  for further information.

 

DOMESTIC FLIGHT  

REQUIREMENTS FOR DOMESTIC TRIP

Based on Circular Letter issued by Gugus Tugas Percepatan Penanganan Covid-19 number 9 of 2020 regarding Travel Restrictions Criteria in the Adaptation of New Normal Towards Productive Citizen in order to Expedite Covid-19 Handling on June 26th, 2020.

1. Each person who travels in a private vehicle is responsible for their health, and complies with applicable terms and conditions;

2. Every individual who travels by land, railroad, sea and air public transportation must meet the requirements:

a. Show personal identification (KTP) or other valid identification;

b. Show a certificate of PCR Test with negative result or Rapid-Test with non-reactive results that are valid 14 days at the time of departure;

c. Show a certificate of freedom from symptoms such as influenza (influenza-like illness) issued by doctors in hospitals / health centers for areas that do not have PCR Test facilities and/or Rapid Tests

3. Domestic travel requirements are exempted for commuter person trips and person trips in an agglomeration region; and

4. Download and activate Peduli Lindungi apps on mobile device.

 

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

Based on The Regulation of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number PM 25 tahun 2020, concerning Transportation Control During the Eid Al-Fitr 1441 H in the Context to Prevent the Spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) on April 23, 2020*:

1. Domestic travel through airports to and from areas designated as Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) and/or Red Zone areas of corona virus disease 2019 (Covid-19) spread, both using public transportation and private transportation are temporarily prohibited.

2. The prohibition stated on Point 1 is extempted for air transportation means used for:

a. Head of the Republic of Indonesia State Institutes and country guest(s)

b. Operations of Embassies, Consulates General and Foreign Consulates also Representatives of International Organizations in Indonesia;

c. Special Repatriation flight operation that repratriate Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals;

d. Operational law enforcement, order and emergency services;

e. Cargo transportations;

f. Other operations based on permission from the Director General of Civil Aviation.

*Based on The Regulation of the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia Number PM 25 tahun 2020, concerning Transportation Control During the Eid Al-Fitr 1441 H in the Context to Prevent the Spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) on April 23rd , 2020 Article 19.

 

For further information, please contact the Indonesia’s Covid-19 Hotline at 119 ext 9.

For the latest updates by National Task Force Against Covid-19 please refer to https://www.covid19.go.id/

For the latest updates by Ministry of Health please refer to https://www.kemkes.go.id/

Hotline Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia +6221 5210411 or +62812 1212 3119

 

For the latest Covid-19 region’s information please visit :

Lampung Province  

DKI Jakarta Province

Banten Province

West Java Province

Central Java Province

East Java Province

Riau Islands Province

Bangka Belitung Islands Province