59 countries shut borders to Indonesian travelers: Foreign Affairs Ministry

59 countries shut borders to Indonesian travelers: Foreign Affairs Ministry

59 countries shut borders to Indonesian travelers: Foreign Affairs Ministry


As many as 59 nations have closed their borders to Exotic passengers, the Foreign Affairs Ministry supported, together with Indonesia's worryingly large number of coronavirus infections and its handling of this pandemic touted as important factors behind the ban.One of the 59 states are neighbors and strategic partners Malaysia and Australia, in addition to Indonesian travelers' favorite destinations such as Japan.  Other nations included in Malaysia's most up-to-date traveler ban contain India and the Philippines.

Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi remarked that the travel ban from the 59 countries should not impact Indonesians at this moment."We're also urging Indonesians to not travel globally unless absolutely essential," she said .Nevertheless, Retno disclosed that discussions are underway with a few of the 59 states to loosen their restrictions on Indonesian travelers, particularly for strategic and official visits."The purpose is that the market needs to keep going without undermining health," she explained.

Indonesia now has in place a ban on non foreign arrivals, that has been enforced since April. For a moment, it seemed as the ban was likely to be flipped to improve Indonesia's flailing tourism business, together with the reopening of Bali to overseas tourists in September.  As of Sep. 8, Indonesia has 200,035 supported COVID-19 instances, using a daily count growth of approximately 3,000 the standard in the last few weeks.  The nation's death toll from the disease has attained 8,230, while 142,958 have regained. 

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