JAKARTADAILY.ID – Airlines will be allowed to take on 100 percent passenger capacity in Indonesia as of July 17, 2022. Health protocols will remain the same to prevent the spread of Covid-19, according to a recent circular.
According to a Circular Letter from the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation No. 70, Year 2022, travelers above the age of 17 who have taken a booster shot (3rd vaccine dose) are no longer required to present an antigen of PCR test result.
However, travelers who have only had up to the second dose present a negative test result, PCR, or antigen.
People who have only had the first dose of vaccinations will be required to show a negative result from a PCR test.
The circular continues, stating that those that have not been vaccinated at all must present a negative PCR test result and present a letter from a doctor that explains why they are unable to be vaccinated, either due to having pre-existing conditions or comorbidity.
Meanwhile, travelers within the 6 to 17 age group will be required to present their 2-dose vaccine certificates, but will not be required to show negative test results.
Children under 6 years old are not required to present negative test results, however, they must be accompanied by an adult who has been fully vaccinated.
Health protocols remain the same in airports and on airplanes; passengers are to wear a face mask at all times and maintain hygiene standards in the cabin.