During Your Stay

This section provides information regarding your stay in Indonesia during The COVID-19 situation. COVID-19 Task Force and The Ministry of Home Affairs are responsible for regulating about domestic travel and health protocol in regards to halt the spread of coronavirus.  

COVID-19 Task Force and The Ministry of Home Affairs are responsible for regulating country’s travel requirements due to the coronavirus handle. Up to 8 June 2022, there are few requirements for traveling domestically, such as:

  • For travellers who are fully vaccinated or have received their booster vaccine is not required to get a RT-PCR or Antigen test
  • For travellers who are vaccinated with the first dose need to show their RT-PCR test result (max. 24 hours from the sample was taken to the time of departure time)

 

The National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) has approved these seven vaccines to travel in Indonesia: 

  • Sinovac 
  • Bio Farma 
  • AstraZeneca 
  • Sinopharm 
  • Moderna 
  • Pfizer 
  • Sputnik V 

The prevailing health protocol in Indonesia during the COVID-19 situation is known as PPKM (Pembatasan Pembatasan Kegiatan Masyarakat or Restrictions Towards Community Activities).  Businesses must follow the current state of PPKM as it is implemented by the government, which may change based on the COVID-19 situation. Wearing a mask is highly recommended when you are in public places, especially in indoor areas. 

Another highly important part of the government’s health protocol is the the state-sanctioned PeduliLindungi App and theelectronic Health Alert Card (eHAC) feature integrated within the PeduliLindungi app. All foreigners must have their eHAC completed for all domestic travel within Indonesia. Furthermore, for all entry into public spaces, every individual must log in to the app by scanning the QR code of the public space that are usually provided at the entrace with the app and to check out manually from the app when you exit the place.  

The App is also available in English. Watch here to know how to register your PeduliLindungi App: Peduli Lindungi - How To Register 

Level 1 

  • Non-essential sectors are allowed to have 75% of their workforce working in the office if they have received their vaccination 
  • Essential sectors apply 100% working from office divided into two shifts with strict health protocols  
  • Daily essentials store are allowed to open at 75% capacity  
  • Mall and indoor restaurant are allowed to open at 75% capacity until 9pm 

 

Level 2 

  • Non-essential sectors are allowed to have 50% of their workforce working from the office if they have received their vaccination 
  • Essential sectors apply 100% working from office divided into two shifts with strict health protocols 
  • Daily essentials store are allowed  to open at 75% capacity until 9pm 
  • Mall and indoor restaurant are allowed to open at 75% capacity until 8pm 

 

Level 3 

  • Non-essential sectors must apply 100% working from home  
  • Essential sectors apply 100% working from office divided into two shifts with strict health protocols 
  • Daily essentials store are allowed to open at 50% capacity until 8pm 
  • Malls are allowed to open at 25% capacity until 5pm. Indoor restaurant may only serve delivery/take away orders 

 

Level 4 

  • Non-essential sectors apply 100% working from home 
  • Essential sectors operate 50% full shift and 100% working from office for critical activities with strict health protocols  
  • Daily essentials store are allowed to open at 50% capacity until 8pm 
  • Malls are not allowed to open. Pharmacies or drug store and indoor restaurants may only serve delivery/take away orders