Indonesia no longer requires international travelers to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine as of June 14, 2023.
As of June 14, officials in Indonesia no longer demand international travelers to show proof of COVID vaccination.
As of June 14, Indonesian authorities maintain minimal COVID-19 restrictions domestically and internationally.
No longer is it necessary to wear a mask or provide proof of vaccination before entering a building or indoor public place.
The authorities no longer require international travellers to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine to enter the country. The SATUSEHAT app is recommended to travelers, but no PCR test is required.
Obey all instructions. Follow national health and safety regulations. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 it may be best to delay your travel. This is because they could cause increased scrutiny.
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