Indonesia to Close Border to All Foreign Nationals From New Year

By Kyodo News 29 December 2020

JAKARTA—The Indonesian government said Monday it will close its borders to all international visitors for two weeks starting New Year’s Day, as the country tries to keep out a potentially more transmissible variant of the coronavirus.

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi told a press conference that the new regulation would be effective Jan. 1 to 14 and applies to all foreign visitors except for high-level government officials.

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