Indonesia has announced the reopening of six international airports and three cross-border posts (PLBN) across Indonesia as it gradually lifts COVID-19 restrictions.
The government has also decided to make temporary restrictions on entering Indonesian territory, either directly or in transit in foreign countries, for foreign travelers who have the status of Foreign Citizens (WNA) unless they meet the criteria.
National stability and economic recovery are cited as the two main considerations.
The app is in accordance with President Joko Widodos instruction for everyone to comply with applicable regulations related to quarantine period, in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19 Omicron variant.
Indonesian government plans to make COVID-19 an endemic by April 2022, but it warned people to remain rigorous in implementing health protocols.
The Indonesian government adjusted the countrys travel restrictions and now requires international visitors to go through a 10-day quarantine.
The Indonesian government has decided to ban entry of travelers from 11 countries over the spread of new COVID-19 variant Omicron.
Travelers from Indonesia who have been vaccinated can enter Singapore by showing a negative PCR swab test result and then take a COVID-19 test upon arrival, without the need to undergo quarantine.