Latest COVID-19 Regulations Updates

Updated 05-11-2021

This is the general page about regulations updates in Indonesia and the Netherlands. 

To see the regulations updates in Indonesia, visit: Latest COVID-19 Regulations Updates in Indonesia

To see the regulations updates the Netherlands, visit: Latest COVID-19 Regulations Updates in the Netherlands

In recent weeks the number of coronavirus infections in the Netherlands has risen rapidly. The government is taking extra measures to slow down the rapid spread of the virus. In doing so, the government wants to keep society open as much and as safely as possible. Please note that these measures are in addition to the current rules and may affect your plans during your stay. For more information click here.

Announcement: New regulation for visiting Embassy in Jakarta.

As guests and visitors you may enter the embassy compound if you can show that you have been fully vaccinated. If you have not been vaccinated yet, you need to show a negative Rapid Antigen test not older than 24 hours prior to your visit. For further questions, please contact the Embassy : jak@minbuza.nl or the consular section : jak-ca@minbuza.nl 

Consular services

Despite the ongoing COVID situation, the consular services of the embassy is still be maintained. In addition to MVV applications (study, highly skilled migrant and official partners of the Dutch), passport applications can be submitted, civic integration exams can be taken, statements (by post) and legalizations can be requested. All counter transactions at the embassy are by appointment.

For any questions and advice, please send an email to jak-ca@minbuza.nl.

Stay healthy and safe!

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