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Indonesia to ban entry by unvaccinated foreigners

Chinese and South Koreans are among the exempt

Indonesia will require proof of vaccination, as well as a negative PCR test result, for foreigners to enter.   © Reuters

JAKARTA -- Indonesia will bar foreign visitors not vaccinated against COVID-19 from entering the country, a government task force said Sunday, aiming to check the highly transmissible delta variant.

Foreigners entering the country will need to show a vaccination certificate and a negative PCR test. The visitor will then undergo an eight-day quarantine -- up from the previous five -- and will need two negative PCR tests during that time.

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