Russian citizens vaccinated with Sputnik V will not be able to enter Indonesia. On the eve of the country's tourism office reported on the tightening of entry and reminded that the Russian vaccine is not recognized by the state, writes "Interfax".
It is reported that since July 6, foreign tourists must present a certificate of full vaccination, submit to two PCR-tests and undergo an eight-day quarantine.
Tests will have to be taken on the day of arrival and a week after arrival in the country, the report said. Tourists will be quarantined in special hotels.
The tourism office also stresses that the Russian vaccine Sputnik V is not recognized in Indonesia and does not allow entry into the country.
"As Indonesia's Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno hopes the measures taken to limit domestic and international tourism will help improve the situation in Indonesia and significantly reduce the number of new cases of COVID-19 disease," the report says.
It is noted that opening of Bali and other destinations will depend on a number of factors, including vaccination of 70-80% of Indonesian population.
Tourist office also reminded that all tourist and recreation areas in Indonesia are closed until July 21.
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Author: Maria Buzanakova