Indonesia Health Alert Card
According to Indonesia's current health protocol, all foreign nationals who travel to Indonesia must present either a COVID 19 vaccine certificate or an Indonesian Certificate of Disease Registry. Foreigners traveling to Indonesia are usually required to present either a CO VID 19 vaccination certificate or an Indonesian Certificate of Disease Registration. Both these vaccinations are approved by the World Health Organization and are recommended for all visitors to Indonesia. Foreign nationals who travel to Indonesia must have their immunization records from their country of permanent residence. An Indonesia health alert card is also compulsory for anyone travelling outside of the country who is unable to obtain their immunization records in their country of permanent residence.
Both countries share a commonality on healthcare matters and both countries are committed to maintaining high quality healthcare systems. In Indonesia, the Indonesian Medicine Council (MMD) is the central coordinating body for medical affairs. All health facilities in Indonesia follow set clinical standards, which are based on the principle of natural prevention using traditional and western medications. The CO VID 19 vaccine and the Indonesian Certificate of Disease Registration are both strictly adhered to. Similarly, all foreign medical staff are required to have a certificate of clearance from the local Ministry of Health, and a health alert card issued by the Indonesian Ministry of Health.