Indonesia implements strict health protocols for G20 summit, stresses importance of pandemic preparedness

“The bubble system is in line with the current global pandemic prevention framework. It is a travel corridor system that aims to limit the risk of possible transmissions by separating those involved in the summit from the public in hotels. , venues and other support facilities for each event or meeting during and before the summit,” said dr. Siti Nadia TarmiziMr. Epid, official spokesperson for the COVID-19 Vaccination, the indonesia Ministry of Health.

Four separate bubbles will be established. The first bubble concerns delegates from G20 countries, including their main entourages. The second bubble is for general G20 participants and journalists, with the third bubble being prepared for summit organizers and field workers. The fourth bubble is for all operational and support staff involved in summit business.

A similar closed-loop bubble system implemented during the Beijing Olympics last February was successful, keeping the COVID-19 infection rate down. 0.01% throughout the event. This will also be used in the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Ha Noi, Vietnamin May 2022.

Vaccination mandates, regular health checks and COVID-19 screenings will also be part of the measures at the G20 summit in bali. Prior to arrival, all participants must be doubly vaccinated and able to present their vaccination certificates. They must also provide results of negative PCR tests carried out no more than three days before their departure. During the summit, they must undergo a daily antigen test or a PCR test every three days throughout their stay in the bubble system area.

About the Indonesian Ministry of Health

The Indonesian Ministry of Health is committed to providing quality health care to all people living in Indonesia, creating healthy, productive and resilient communities across the country. We strive to exercise effective leadership in the health sector through health quality standards, policies and legislation.

SOURCE Indonesian Ministry of Health

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