As of August 25, travellers to Indonesia will no longer need to show a negative Covid-19 test result in order to travel within the country.
While the Indonesian government has lifted this regulation, travellers are still required to follow certain rules. According to the Indonesia Covid-19 Task Force circular letter, international travellers aged 18 and above must be fully vaccinated, while those below 18 are exempted.
Indonesian travellers aged 18 and above returning from overseas travel or travelling within the country must have taken booster shots. Those who have taken two shots may enter or travel within the country after taking a booster shot at the airport.
In the meantime, Indonesians between six and 17 years old must show proof of two vaccine certificates while children below six travelling with eligible adults are exempted from the vaccination regulation.
Travellers who cannot take vaccines due to health issues may still travel without a PCR test but need to show a medical certificate from a government hospital stating that the individual is exempted due to medical reasons.
Travellers are still required to download and use their Peduli Lindungi Application to travel within the country.