Large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in Jakarta are being eased in a number of stages. Essential services are available, but public activities (including schools, offices, religious activities, social and cultural gatherings and public transportation) continue to be limited to maintain social distancing. It is mandatory to wear a face mask
when outside. Criminal sanctions may apply for violations of the restrictions. Similar restrictions apply in some other areas in Indonesia. Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include some restrictions on in-country air travel. Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights
within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights
. Passengers travelling on domestic flights
may need: a certificate issued in the previous 14 days to confirm that they are free of COVID-19
, a completed airline travel declaration form, a letter from their Embassy confirming that they are returning home. You should check the latest requirements with your airline directly. Garuda Declaration form
Accommodation, including hotels and private rental options, continue to be open for business across Indonesia. Social distancing measures are being applied in hotels.Previous restrictions are gradually being eased and shops, bars and restaurants are resuming business, operating at 50% of their normal capacity and with social distancing of 1 metre. Restrictions remain on large public gatherings.
requirement at government designated site or self-isolation
If you arrive without a negative COVID-19 test
certificate you will be required to undergo a COVID-19
on arrival, at your own expense
, until the test
results are received. This could take up to 7 days. you must provide a personal statement stating readiness to be quarantine
d for up to 14 days if required.
negative certification required for entering the country.
All visitors will also be required to present their health certificate showing a negative COVID-19 PCR test
result within the previous 7 days at check-in ahead of any scheduled travel. Failure to present a health certificate may result in you being denied entry or transit
in Indonesia. You should comply with any additional screening
measures put in place by the authorities. On arrival at Indonesian airports, all visitors must also complete and submit a Health Alert certificate to the Health Quarantine
Office. The Government of Indonesia requires that travellers from countries in which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has evidence of local transmission of COVID-19
should self-isolate for 14 days on arrival in Indonesia see here
. More information is available regarding coronavirus in Indonesia via the Ministry of Health