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The first case of COVID-19 has been detected in Indonesia, a nation where the virus is becoming more common every year. Since then, the country has identified more than 500 confirmed cases. The infection rate is expected to peak in February, with many countries beginning a vaccination booster programme for the general public. But what should people do to avoid getting ill? Here are some tips. Read on to find out more. Here are some updates on the situation.

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Lockdown policy

First of all, you should be aware that the government of Indonesia is now extending its lockdown policy until October 18, 2021. This is known as COVID-19 and will allow international flights to reopen as soon as October 14, 2021. Furthermore, some businesses will be allowed to reopen as soon as October 5, 2021. The COVID-19 policy will also help the country cope with the increasing number of foreign tourists, but it will be more difficult than you think.


Second, you should know that the country has many immigrants from other countries. Moreover, if you're a newcomer to Indonesia, you should read about the latest immigration and asylum policies developments. This will be helpful for you in making your decision. Finally, be aware of the latest news and coverage on Papua. You can learn more about the current situation and travel security in Indonesia with the help of the following articles.

Health measures

Third, be aware of the latest health measures. A recent initiative by Indonesia's Ministry of Health will waive quarantine requirements for international visitors to Bali. The government plans to loosen the restrictions in other parts of the country before April 1. Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, the Minister of Research, is hopeful that the new policy will revitalize tourism in Bali and bring new economic opportunities to the locals. However, it's important to remember that the government is a complex organization, and it has laws that need to be followed.


The new government has imposed two new regulations for entering Indonesia. Passengers must present a negative PCR test 72 hours before arriving. They must fill out a fully completed Electronic Health Alert Card (HAC) before travelling to Indonesia. For more information, the regulations can be found here. The new rules may affect your stay in the country, but you can still do your part to avoid diseases in the country.

Home Affairs

The Minister of Home Affairs issued the Minister of Health's Instructions, addressing the implementation of PPKM Level 2 to 4 and the inclusion of new regions, which has been amended. These Instructions also address the implementation of PPKM Level 2 to 4 in areas outside of Java and Bali. Inmendagri No. 43/2021 confirms that PPKM is not implemented in these areas. It is currently only implemented in parts of the country.


In the latest news, the COVID-19 outbreaks have been classified as Level 3 and have been classified as severe. A public restriction policy of Level 4 is imposed on the country. It prohibits non-essential workers from working from their homes or shopping centres and enforces online schooling. The existing PPKM-Mikro policy has been extended to other regions in the country. This policy is a positive step in fighting the deadly COVID virus.

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