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Intending to go to Bali? Check the Travel Rules Starting from December 24

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Do you intend to go to Bali during the Christmas and New Year 2022 holidays? It’s best to find out the latest travel rules in advance. During the holidays period from Friday, December 24, 2021, there will be the new rules for air transportation.

“There are several new provisions for travelers using air transportation during the period of Christmas 2021 and the new year of 2022 which are effective starting today,” said Stakeholder Relations Manager of PT Angkasa Pura I Ngurah Rai Airport, Taufan Yudhistira, Friday (12/24/2021).

Holiday Travel Rules: Policies for Air Transport Travel

Travel rules for air transportation during the holidays are regulated in the Circular of the Ministry of Transportation No. 111 of 2021.

Domestic travelers must to show:

a. Complete vaccine card (with second dose of vaccination).

b. The certificate of rapid antigen test taken within 1 x 24 hours before departure.

Travelers who have not received the full dose of vaccine or who are not vaccinated for medical reasons will have their mobility temporarily restricted.

Travelers who have not received a full dose of the vaccine because of medical reasons and plan to travel by air transportation for medical/medical purposes must show a certificate of RT-PCR test taken within of 3 x 24 hours before departure and a certificate from a government hospital.

Travelers under the age of 12 are required to show a negative RT-PCR certificate of a test taken within 3 x 24 hours before departure. They are not required to show a vaccination card.

Holiday Travel Rules: Policies for Land Transport Travel

Travel provisions for land transportation during the holidays are regulated in the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Transportation No. 109 of 2021.

Travelers using land transportation are required to show:

a. Complete vaccine card (with the second dose of vaccination).

b. The Certificate of Rapid Antigen test taken within 1 x 24 hours before departure.

c. Use of PeduliLindungi application.

Every type of public transportation (public motorized vehicles and ferries) that travels between cities must comply with the following provisions:

a . Passenger capacity is limited to a maximum of 75% (seventy-five percent) of the seating capacity.

b. Implementing physical distancing.

c. Sterilization of public transportation by spraying disinfectant after unloading all passengers and every 24 hours.

Each manager of the passenger terminal and ferry port is obliged to

a. Use the PeduliLindungi application.

b. Sterilize by spraying disinfectant every 24 hours.

c. Prepare a body temperature measurement tool.

d. Prepare hand sanitizers and handwashing places that are easily accessible.

Those who travel regularly by land transportation (individual motorized vehicles, public motorized vehicles, crossing transportation) in an urban area are not required to show a vaccine card and a certificate of negative Rapid Test Antigen results.

Long-distance travelers under the age of 12 years are required to show the certificate of RT-PCR test taken within of 3×24 hours before departure. The vaccination card requirement is excluded.

Holiday Travel Rules: Policies for Sea Transport Travel

Travel provisions for sea transportation during the holidays are regulated in the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Transportation No. 110 of 2021.

Travelers using sea transportation are required to show:

a. Complete vaccine card (complete dose of vaccination).

b. The certificate of Rapid Antigen test taken within 1 x 24 hours before departure.

c. Use of PeduliLindungi application.

Ship passengers who are over 17 years old but have not been vaccinated with a full dose will have their mobility temporarily restricted.

Ship passengers under the age of 12 (twelve) years are required to show a certificate of negative RT-PCR test taken within of 3×24 hours before departure and do not have to show a vaccine card.

Sea ship passengers who show symptoms of COVID-19 even with negative result of RT-PCR test may not continue the journey and are required to carry out RT-PCR diagnostic tests and self-quarantine during the waiting time for the results of the examination.

The maximum capacity of passengers of a ship is 75% of the normal number of passengers.

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