Booster shots will be made mandatory for Indonesians over the age of 18 who are traveling abroad.
The military, police, and local governments will encourage vaccination and conduct tracing more rigorously.
The probability of a new spike in COVID-19 cases exists, but the numbers are expected to be relatively insignificant.
"Especially those with long-distance travel history, those who visited crowded places, and people who dont feel well and have symptoms."
Only 27.2 percent of senior citizens across the country have received COVID-19 booster shot.
The reopening is expected to help the homecoming (mudik) tradition becomes safer.
The decision was taken as part of the transitioning process to normality.
Hospitals must ensure the wellbeing of its workers to prevent burnout and overworking, as the country braces rise in confirmed cases.
Head of health handling at the COVID-19 Task Force says the quarantine requirement will overlap with travel bubble that the Indonesian government and event organizers are planning to set up.
Half of all patients have completed their isolation period.
National stability and economic recovery are cited as the two main considerations.
Balis provincial COVID-19 Task Force has prepared 1,500 beds in isolation centers as it prepares for the surge of Omicron cases.
However, National Commission on Adverse Events Following Immunization has received hundreds of reports of AEFI cases from across the country in 2021.
More than 108 million people in Indonesia have been fully vaccinated while the county continues the acceleration to reach their vaccination target.