Only a few groups of people such as diplomats or medical staff are excluded. Holders of a long-term residence permit (KITAS / KITAP) are also allowed to enter, provided they meet the medical requirements. Such residence permits are issued to people who are married to an Indonesian citizen or who can prove a job in Indonesia.
According to the Federal Foreign Office, upon entry they must present a health certificate from the country of departure in English, which is no more than seven days old, in which a negative COVID-19 PCR test and the absence of disease symptoms are certified and then go into a 14-day home quarantine.
The visa-free entry for German citizens has been suspended . It is also not possible as a tourist to obtain an Indonesia visa through the embassy.
Foreigners who are still in Indonesia have received emergency residence permits because it was not possible to return to their home country for a long time. Since there are now some international flights again, these special permits have not been extended since July 13th.
If you have a temporary residence permit or an entry visa, you can apply for an extension depending on the situation (here you can find information about the extension ). Those who entered Indonesia on a free visa must leave Indonesia within 30 days .
According to the Federal Foreign Office, travelers who are still in Indonesia must expect to be obliged to quarantine in Indonesian hospitals or quarantine centers during their stay in individual cases even without any signs of possible infection with the coronavirus.
In addition, there are reports from state and private hospitals that no longer treat emergency patients for reasons of capacity or requirements for infection protection. Appropriate emergency medical care in Indonesia is therefore not guaranteed.
The Federal Foreign Office also points out the following: “If quarantine measures are ordered, you cannot expect your tour operator or the federal government to bring you back. Please follow the instructions of local health authorities. "
In cooperation with the German Embassy in Indonesia, the Federal Government carried out several return flights from Bali and one from Jakarta between March 28, 2020 and April 3, 2020 . More than 1,800 German travelers and numerous vacationers from other EU countries were brought back in this way.
Air traffic to Indonesia
International air traffic to Indonesia was suspended until the end of May, and flights are now taking place again, albeit on a much reduced basis. Here you will find the current regulations regarding international flights and transit via Indonesia. And here is the information from Garuda Indonesia .
Numerous restrictions have been relaxed since June. A transitional phase began in Jakarta on June 5th : shops and offices were allowed to reopen and shopping centers were allowed to resume operations.
To assess the extent to which the COVID-19 virus is spreading, four categories have been defined:
red zone: high risk
orange zone: moderate risk
yellow zone: little or little risk
green zone: areas not affected.
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