New Airline Entry Requirements From Today, No PCR and Antigen Required
New rules regarding boarding conditions airplane or domestic flights during the Covid-19 crisis provided by the government and operating from Monday 29 August 2022, do not require domestic travelers (Price PPDN) to show negative antigen and PCR test results.
The government issued a Covid-19 Task Force (Satgas) committee number 24 of 2022, which was signed by the Chairman of BNPB/Chairman of the Covid-19 Control Committee, Lieutenant General Suharyanto, which explained the provisions for the travel of local people.
Although they are not required to show a negative PCR or antigen test, PPDN who are 18 years of age or older must have a third immunization or booster as a condition of boarding.
So, what about a PPDN under 17? The government requires PPDN ages 6-17 to get the second dose of immunization as a standard flight.
Passenger services at Bali’s I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (Photo: Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport Public Relations)
For those of you who want to fly today, it’s a good idea to first check the new rules that come into effect on August 29, 2022 below.
1. Anyone traveling in a private or public vehicle is responsible for their own safety, and is subject to the appropriate terms and conditions.
2. Each PPDN is required to use the PeduliLindung application as a condition for domestic travel.
3. The PPDN must meet the following travel requirements:
in). PPDN age 18 and older must receive the third dose of the vaccine (booster);
b). PPDN with the status of a foreign citizen, who has traveled abroad with 18 years of age must have a second vaccination;
c). PPDN aged 6-17 years must receive the second dose of the vaccine;
d) PPDN aged 6-17 from overseas travel is exempted from the obligation to be vaccinated; same to you
e) PPDNs under 6 years of age are exempt from the vaccination requirement but must travel with a partner who meets the Covid-19 vaccination requirements.
4. PPDN is not required as set out in number 3 to show a negative result of RT-PCR test or rapid antigen test and can travel in the country by implementing strict health regulations.
5. PPDN with special medical conditions or diseases that prevent travelers from getting vaccinations, are exempted from vaccination requirements, do not need to show a negative result of RT-PCR test or rapid antigen test and need to attach a medical certificate from the Government Hospital stating that the affected person is not and/or cannot participate in the Covid-19 vaccine.