Except for Singapore, The Government Allows 18 Countries Enter Indonesia
The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment as well as the Coordinator for Handling PPKM for the Java and Bali regions, Luhut Binsar
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment as well as the Coordinator for Handling PPKM for the Java and Bali regions, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, said 18 countries were allowed to enter Indonesia.
This is because the country hasn't met the standard provisions of the World Health Organization or WHO.
"Regarding the names of countries that will be announced, there are 18 countries. I think Singapore is not included, maybe they haven't met the requirements or standards for level one, level two according to WHO standards," he said in the PPKM evaluation which was broadcast through the Presidential Secretariat online media, Monday, (10/11/2021).
Regarding the quarantine process, said Luhut, for the arrival of Indonesian citizens (WNI) who have been abroad, they must undergo a five-day quarantine process.
This policy also applies to the arrival of foreigners or foreign tourists.
The government has announced that it will reopen international flights in Bali on October 14, 2021.
Luhut in the PPKM evaluation last week mentioned a number of countries that allowed to enter Indonesia, including South Korea, China, Japan, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and New Zealand.
Then, the entry point for international travelers, Indonesia opens three entrances, both air, sea, and land through border crossing posts.
For air routes, there are three entrances, namely Soekarno Hatta Airport, Manado's Sam Ratulangi Airport, and Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport.
There are also three entry points by sea, namely Batam Port, Tanjung Pinang Port, and Nunukan Port.
Meanwhile, the land entry route is through the Aruk, Entikong, and Motaain State Border Posts. (*/lsd)
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