TransportHomecoming Prohibition Will be Non-Active on May 18

Homecoming Prohibition Will be Non-Active on May 18

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After the end of the homecoming ban, travel tightening rules will apply which will take effect May 18-24, 2021.

The rules for tightening mobility are contained in the Addendum to Circular Letter (SE) Number 13 of 2021 concerning the Elimination of the Idul Fitri 1442 Hijriah Homecoming Day and Efforts to Control the Spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) during the Holy Month of Ramadan 1442 Hijrah.

Mobility tightening applies to domestic travelers (PPDN) using air, sea, train, public land transportation, and private land transportation.

Following are the provisions of the SE Task Force Covid-19 addendum regarding travel tightening. Look again at the rules, for those of you who will be traveling on May 18-24, 2021.

Air transportation travel

Air transport travelers must show a negative result of the RT-PCR / rapid test antigen whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 1 x 24 hours before departure, or a certificate of negative results for the GeNose C19 test at the airport before departure as a travel requirement and fill in e-HAC Indonesia

Sea transportation travel

Sea transportation travelers must show a negative result of the RT-PCR / rapid test antigen whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 1×24 hours before departure, or a certificate of negative results from the GeNose C19 test at the port before departure as a travel requirement and fill out e-HAC Indonesia.

Performers of sea crossing trips must show a certificate of negative results from the RT-PCR / rapid test antigen whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 1×24 hours before departure, or a certificate as a travel requirement and fill out Indonesia’s e-HAC.

Specifically for routine travel by sea transportation mode for limited shipping within the area of ​​one district/regency/province, or by land transportation both private and public within an urban agglomeration area, it is not required to show a letter of RT-PCR test results / rapid test antigen / GeNose C19 test as a condition of travel but a random test will be carried out if needed by the Regional Covid-19 Handling Task Force.

Train travel

Intercity train travelers are required to show a certificate of negative results from the RT-PCR / rapid test antigen whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 1×24 hours before departure, or a certificate of negative results for the GeNose C19 test at the Train Station before departure as a travel requirement.

Ground transportation trips

Actors of land public transportation trips will be subjected to a random rapid antigen test / GeNose C19 test if needed by the Regional Covid-19 Handling Task Force.

Individuals traveling on private land transportation are advised to carry out RT-PCR tests or rapid antigen tests whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 1×24 hours before departure, or the GeNose C19 test in the rest area as a condition of continuing the journey and random tests will be carried out if needed by the Handling Task Force. Covid-19 Region.

Filling e-HAC

e-HAC is a modern version of the Health Vigilance Card which must be filled in by travelers using air and sea transportation modes. Meanwhile, ground transportation mode travelers, both public/private, are only advised to participate in filling out the e-HAC.

Children under 5 years of age are not required to take the RT-PCR test / rapid antigen test / GeNose C19 test as a condition of travel.

If the traveler’s RT-PCR / rapid antigen test / GeNose C19 test is negative but shows symptoms, then the traveler may not continue the trip and is required to carry out RT-PCR diagnostic tests and self-isolation during the waiting time for the results of the examination.

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