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Indonesia cuts quarantine to three days for arrivals in Bali

01.03.2022 40 просмотров

Tourists must be fully vaccinated, have a negative PCR test result with them, a second test will be carried out immediately after arrival.


Since Tuesday, the Indonesian authorities have reduced the quarantine for those arriving from abroad on the resort island of Bali to three days, and in two weeks they plan to cancel it completely. Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investments,

“Tourists must be fully vaccinated, carry a negative PCR test result, a second study will carried out immediately after arrival,” the official said. Indonesia has approved 11 coronavirus immunization products, including Sputnik V. In addition, foreigners must obtain a business visa in advance, since the authorities have suspended the visa-free regime with all countries, as well as purchase medical insurance in the amount of at least $25,000, which also covers the cost of treating diseases caused by coronavirus.

At the same time, the coordinating minister noted that by about March 14, the government plans to experimentally completely lift quarantine for arrivals from abroad. “They will only have to wait for the results of the PCR tests made immediately after arrival,” he specified.

The operational headquarters for combating coronavirus infection last week reported that from March 14, Russia will resume flights with China and Indonesia. Thus, flights from Moscow to Bali will be carried out three times a week. To date, commercial flights to the Indonesian resort are carried out by only three airlines: Indonesian Garuda Indonesia, Batik Air and Singapore Airlines. Garuda Indonesia operates flights on the Bali-Tokyo-Bali route, while two other carriers link the islands with Singapore.

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