New railway rules for short and long distance

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Crowd of passengers at the Manggarai station, Friday (13/5). (Aslam Iqbal)

Third, those who are single-vaccinated must show a negative RT-PCR test result 3 x 24 hours prior to departure.

Fourth, passengers with special health conditions or who should not get vaccinated are required to show a doctor’s certificate from a state-run hospital and a negative RT-PCR test result within 3 x 24 hours.

Fifth, passengers aged 6-17 years are required to show a second dose of vaccine certificate; negative RT-PCR or Antigen Rapid Test result are no longer needed.

Sixth, passengers under the age of six are not required to show a negative RT-PCR test or Rapid Antigen Test result, but must be accompanied by those who have met the vaccination requirements.