International Business News – According to reports, the Indonesian Ministry of Health spokesman Sharil said that in the case of the country’s new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, the country’s government proposed a plan on July 5 to require inbound tourists to receive a booster shot of the new crown vaccine.
Charlier said that Indonesian President Joko Widodo has stipulated that booster vaccinations are one of the requirements for travel.
Charlier also said that in June 2022, the national new crown pneumonia epidemic in Indonesia has been brought under control, the positive rate of new crown virus tests is below 1.15%, and the weekly infection rate is 1.03 cases per 100,000 people.
Indonesia’s outbreak has gradually been brought under control, and the country has relaxed its rules for wearing masks in public places. On June 30, the number of infected cases in the country peaked at 2,200 and declined for four consecutive days, dropping to 1,434 on July 4. However, more than 1,000 new confirmed cases of new crown in a single day has alerted the country’s population to remain vigilant for the new mutant strain of Omicron BA.4/5.
Previously, Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister of Maritime Affairs and Investment and the implementation coordinator of the Java Bali Community Movement Restriction (PPKM) revealed that the requirement for tourists to receive a booster shot of the new crown vaccine will be implemented in the next two weeks at the latest.