Borders continue to open in Asia.

The Travel Green List scheme has been reactivated permitting arrivals from specified locations to skip obtaining Entry Travel Pass and will only need to quarantine 1 day while awaiting results of the on-arrival test.

7 April, resume visa-free entry to citizens of ASEAN countries.  Visa-on-arrival scheme permits passport holders from 34 international locations to enter through specific points of entry, including Jakarta.  A PCR test upon arrival is no longer required for fully-vaccinated arrivals.

The entry ban on travelers from 106 countries will be lifted 8 April, however tourists remained banned and visas are required.  The limit on daily arrivals will increase to 10,000 on 11 April.

2 April, most fully-vaccinated arrivals will be permitted to forgo quarantine.  Arrivals should register a vaccination and obtain a Q-code prior to arrival.

Our recent webinar, What Does Sustainability Look Like in Asia?, was a good success and the recording is now available in case you missed it.

You can download a copy of this report here.

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