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The anti-COVID measures have been eased in Indonesia

According to the Resolution of the Minister of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia No. 34 of September 15, 2021, foreigners will be able to visit the country on a visitor visa and a visa with a limited period of stay.

Among other things, permission to enter the country for diplomatic and humanitarian workers, as well as holders of official entry permits issued by the ministries and departments of the Republic of Indonesia and arriving within the framework of transport corridors programs, on the basis of existing bilateral interstate agreements, is retained.

To obtain a visa, you need to submit an application to the Embassy and provide a standard set of documents, including a statement of readiness to comply with all health protocols.
All foreign nationals arriving in Indonesia are required to present a complete (two-phase) vaccination certificate and a negative PCR test for COVID-19, made no later than 48 hours before departure.

As of September 15, 2021, 3,948 cases of new COVID-19 diseases and 267 deaths were recorded in Indonesia per day.

Full information on obtaining a visa can be obtained from the link:
visa-online.imigration.go.id.