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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Updates From Tetransport Yogyakarta

Due to challenges caused by a coronavirus (COVID-19), we're providing our customers with extra support and resources.

Tetransport Yogyakarta Cleanliness #MoreSafer

July 6, 2020

For more than 20 years Tetransport Yogyakarta has been present in Indonesia with a commitment to provide ANDAL (Safe, Comfortable, Easy, and Personalized) services to our loyal customers. As COVID-19 has been declared by the WHO (World Health Organization) as a Global Pandemic, Tetransport Yogyakarta has taken various preventative measures. These steps are our commitment as a transportation company to protect and maintain the health of customers, as well as all Tetransport Yogyakarta drivers and employees so that they can continue to provide services to the community.

Following are the steps were taken by Tetransport Yogyakarta:

For Fleets:

  • Provision of disinfectants in the fleet.

  • Every day the Tetransport Yogyakarta fleet is cleaned in the pool by special officers and sprayed with disinfectants.

For Drivers:

  • Required to use a mask.

  • Perform physical distancing.

  • Ensure health before the operation, and regular health checks, including PCR tests.

  • Provided health education through internal online and offline channels and the provision of clinics in each pool.

For Passengers:

  • Required to use a mask.

  • Apply physical distancing.

  • Comply with the number of passengers in COVID-19 prevention efforts.

  • For sedan type cars only for 3 passengers, MPV type cars are 5 passengers, and for Buses, it is 50% of the total passenger capacity.

To welcome NEW NORMAL according to the Government Decree, all Tetransport Yogyakarta employees who will return to their activities in the Office & Pool are required to:

  • Use a mask.

  • Wash your hands often.

  • Apply physical distancing.

  • Clean the workspace regularly.

  • Check body temperature before entering the room.

  • An appeal to bring your eating and worship supplies.

FAQ: 

  • Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a method widely used to rapidly make millions to billions of copies of a specific DNA sample, allowing scientists to take a very small sample of DNA and amplify it to a large enough amount to study in detail.

  • Physical distancing means being physically apart. WHO recommends keeping at least 1-metre distance from others. This is a general measure that everyone should take even if they are well with no known exposure to COVID-19.

We believe that with the discipline of maintaining health, we can all jointly hold a new normal era in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Regards healthy.

COVID-19 Travel Updates

July 15, 2020

During the Covid-19 pandemic period, the Indonesian Government will apply the temporary prohibition to entry and/or transit into Indonesia all foreigners, with the exceptions of:


  1. Foreigner holders of Temporary Stay Permit (ITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit (ITAP) in Indonesia.

  2. Foreigner holders of Indonesian Diplomatic Visa or Indonesian Service Visa.

  3. Foreigner holders of Diplomatic Stay Permit or Service Stay Permit in Indonesia.

  4. Medical Aid Workers or Food Sustenance Workers for Humanitarian Purposes.

  5. Crews (Air, Sea, or Land Transport).

  6. Foreigners/Expatriates working on Strategic National Projects

The aforementioned foreigners excluded from the new policy must comply with the following requirements:

  1. Possess a valid health certificate (in English language) issued by Health Authority of the respective country

  2. Residing for at least 14 (fourteen) days in a country/territory with no eminent case of Covid-19

  3. Statement of compliance to be Quarantined for 14 (fourteen) days facilitated by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia


The Indonesian government has suspended all visa applications except for diplomatic visas, Indonesian service visas, and foreigners/expatriates working on Strategic National Projects.

Visa exemption policy also suspended except for medical aid workers or food sustenance workers for humanitarian purposes with recommendation letters from the Indonesian government.

Aside from that, there are also travel prohibition for all travel from/unto/through areas that apply PSBB (large-scale social restrictions). Travel prohibitions and its exemptions will depend on each regional policy.

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