Sriwijaya Aktual – Want a vacation to Bali? Be sure to meet these conditions.
Holidays to Bali for domestic tourists can be done again since July 31, 2020. But of course there are conditions that must be met in order to be able to vacation to Bali.
These conditions change several times by looking at the developments that occur. Well, the terms of holiday to Bali in the New Normal period has now changed again in early 2021
The change in the terms of the holiday to Bali has been determined through the Se Governor of Bali Number 03 of 2021. This requirement is valid from February 9, 2021 to February 22, 2021.
What are the changes to the terms of this holiday to Bali?
Conditions That Must Be Met for a Holiday to Bali.
The change in conditions that must be met by tourists for a holiday to Bali is done after previously tightening the entry requirements to Bali during the Christmas and New Year holidays. Although not much has changed, but at least for passengers flying to Denpasar (DPS), now no longer obliged to show a certificate of negative results PCR test, but can also use negative results rapid test antigen.
The same condition also applies to travelers who travel by land and sea transportation, but the difference is in the validity of the certificate of negative results pcr or Rapid Test Antigen.
Here are the full terms of holiday to Bali:
Conditions to Be Met for Traveling to Bali*
a. If traveling to Bali by airplane, MUST show a certificate of PCR test with negative results conducted no later than 2×24 hours before departure or negative results of rapid antigen test issued maximum 1×24 hours before departure.
b. If traveling to Bali by land and sea transportation, must show a certificate of negative results of PCR test or Rapid Test Antigen issued no later than 3×24 hours before departure.
c. Children under 12 years old are not required to have a certificate of negative results of PCR test or Antigen test.
d. Fill out a health alert card (HAC) that can be done electronically through the application or physically at the airport.
updated as of Tuesday, February 9, 2021. [*]