Foreigners can enter without vaccination but need to vaccinate in quarantine are :
a) diplomats, holding dinas or ITAS or ITAP
b) those aged 12-17
For all others a fully vaccination certificate for covid is necessary, except:
a) those with a doctor’s letter from a government hospital in the country of departure documenting a health condition that excludes them from being vaccinated
b) those under 18
c) those that hold a diplomat/dinas visa
Foreigners are further exempt from vaccine requirements for domestic flights if connecting to a flight out of Indonesia (without leaving transit area)
Current PCR & quarantine rules remain the same: 3×24 hours sample before departing origin country, test on arrival and the 7th day, release from quarantine on the 8th day if negative
+ SE 17 for domestic regulations
Summary of changes
a) Rapid Antigen is now only valid for 1×24 hours
b) Vaccine exemption letters need to be formally written by specialists
c) Air travel is allowed with a rapid antigen test only within Java/Bali if vaccinated twice.
d) Flights from Level 3 & 4 areas must have 1 dose vaccine & PCR 2×24 hours.
e) For flights within Java or Java to and from Bali 2 doses of vaccine & antigen 1×24 hours are also valid.
f) Other transport modes in level 3 & 4 areas, plus Java & Bali requires 1 dose of vaccine plus PCR 2x24hrs or antigen 1×24 hrs
g) Transport within to/from level 1/2 outside Java/Bali requires only a 1x24hr rapid antigen or 2x24hr PCR and vaccine certificate not required
h) Exemption from these requirements within a regency for land transport (private or public) if you have a STRP or surat tugas (letter from your company)
i) Vaccine is not required for logistic drivers or those with a letter from a doctor at government hospital
j) Under 12’s are still not allowed to travel.