Indonesia has scrapped its mandatory Covid vaccination requirements for foreigners ahead of its peak holiday season.
The move means that travellers looking to enter the island nation no longer need to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter or travel domestically.
“You no longer need to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter Indonesia or travel domestically,” it stated.
At the beginning of the pandemic, a total ban on tourists was implemented by the country and was only lifted once the coronavirus vaccine became widespread, with only those able to show proof of their immunity allowed to enter.
Now, Bali and the rest of the country has been given the green light, with no jab paperwork required at all.