Bali entry restrictions relaxation from Dec 19 th 2020
Friday, 25 December 2020 18:16
Bali Travel News
Bali entry restrictions relaxation for travellers flying to the Indonesian island from December 19 th 2020 revised after new government meeting on Thursday 17/12/2020. The Bali Provincial Government and the Indonesian government require PCR tests for tourists who want to go to Bali by air, but many travellers are no longer concerned after latest adjustments.
The Bali Provincial Government has adjusted the Governor of Bali circular letter Number 2021 of 2020 regarding Christmas and New Year celebrations. One of the points changed is that the circular letter policy will be activated from Saturday December 19, 2020, which was previously announced on December 18, 2020.
Regional Secretary of Bali Province Dewa Made Indra explained that this change after meeting on Thursday (17/12/2020 ) the Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Panjaitan after being criticised from several parties. The revision of the new rules explains that the PCR rules do not apply to to all people travelling go to and from Bali. There are a number of exceptions.
In the revised Circular Letter, there are six groups that do not need a PCR swab test letter.
1. Children below 13 years
2. Active crew / EOB / FOO simply use rapid antibody.
3. Transit passengers.
4. Passengers who are on diverted planes to Denpasar Airport.
5. Passengers who come from areas where they have no testing facilities. PCR-based swabs , however the passenger will need to do a rapid antigen test upon arrival in Bali.
6. ASN, TNI, police who received sudden orders.
there are also other point revised from the previous circulation.
1 ) the PCR swab test policy will take place from 19 December 2020 to 4 January 2021.
2 ) he negative results of the PCR-based swab test no later than 7 days before departure instead of 2 days Bali entry restrictions relaxation
Source : https://travel.detik.com/