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    From https://health.detik.com/berita-deti...-sudah-booster
    Title : Government Exempts PCR-Antigen Test Travel Requirements For Those Who Have Boosters
    By Nafilah Sri Sagita K - detikHealth, 09 July 2022

    [The government has issued a new regulation for domestic travel requirements, namely those who have just received a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine must show a negative test result for COVID-19 antigen or PCR. The good news is that this rule does not apply to those who have been booster vaccinated against the COVID-19 .

    The latest travel conditions were released by the COVID-19 Task Force on Friday (8/7/2022) through Circular Letter Number 21 of 2022 regarding Travel Provisions for Domestic People during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

    "Domestic Travelers who received the third dose of vaccination (booster) are not required to show a negative result of the RT-PCR test or rapid antigen test," reads a circular from the Task Force signed by Lt. Gen. Suharyanto...

    Meanwhile, people with a history of comorbid illness who cannot receive the vaccine are required to attach the results of the COVID-19 PCR test no later than 3 x 24 hours. The same goes for those who have just received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

    However, for groups of children aged 6 to 17 years, they are allowed to continue the trip on condition that a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine certificate and parental assistance are available.

    This provision applies to travel using private or public vehicles, air, land, sea, and intercity trains throughout Indonesia.

    Exempted : routine travel via land transportation or rail within an area or urban agglomeration area.]

  • #2
    From https://health.detik.com/berita-deti...erbaru-17-juli
    Title : Hurry up Take Booster! Ministry of Transportation Implements Latest Travel Terms next 17 July
    By Nafilah Sri Sagita K - detikHealth

    [The Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) will enforce the latest policy on travel requirements for all modes of transportation next week, Monday (17/7/2022). Referring to the SE Task Force for Handling COVID-19 Numbers 21 and 22 of 2022, a number of groups are required to show negative results of COVID-19 PCR and antigen tests....

    For Domestic Travelers :
    1. Who received the third dose (booster) vaccination is not required to show a negative result of the RT-PCR or rapid antigen test;

    2. Who received the second dose of vaccination must show a negative rapid antigen test result whose sample is taken within 1 x 24 hours or a negative RT-PCR test result whose sample is taken within 3 x 24 hours before departure as a condition of travel and can do on-site third dose (booster) vaccination upon departure;

    3. Who received the first dose of vaccination must show a negative result of the RT-PCR test whose sample was taken within 3 x 24 hours before departure as a condition of travel;

    4. Who has special health condition or comorbid disease that prevent he/she from receiving vaccinations are exempt from the vaccination provisions, but must show a negative result of the RT-PCR test whose sample was taken within 3 x 24 hours before departure and must attach a doctor's certificate from home Government illness stating that the person concerned has not and/or is unable to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination;

    5. Who is 6-17 years old must show a second dose of vaccine card/certificate without showing a negative RT-PCR test or rapid antigen test

    6. Who is under 6 years of age is excluded from vaccination provisions and are not required to show negative results from the RT-PCR or rapid antigen test, but must travel with a companion who has complied with the provisions for vaccination and Covid-19 examination and implemented strict health protocols.]

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