Readers ask: What Immunisations Do I Need For Bali?
- 1 What vaccines are required for travel to Bali?
- 2 What Immunisations are mandatory?
- 3 Can I go to Bali without Covid vaccine?
- 4 What diseases can you catch in Bali?
- 5 Do I need malaria tablets for Bali?
- 6 Do I need visa for Bali from UK?
- 7 What is Bali belly caused from?
- 8 Are Immunisations covered by Medicare?
- 9 What shots do adults need to be around a newborn?
- 10 Does Bali require quarantine?
- 11 Can I travel to Bali during Covid?
- 12 What should I avoid in Indonesia?
What vaccines are required for travel to Bali?
These are additional vaccinations for Bali which may be recommended depending on where you are traveling, the length of your stay and other factors:
- Hepatitis A.
- Yellow Fever.
- Japanese Encephalitis.
- Hepatitis B.
What Immunisations are mandatory?
Under the NSW Public Health Act 2010 child care centres must notify the following 9 vaccine preventable diseases to the local Public Health Unit on 1300 066 055:
- Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)
- Meningococcal C.
- Pertussis (whooping cough)
Can I go to Bali without Covid vaccine?
Make sure you are fully vaccinated before traveling to Indonesia. Unvaccinated travelers should avoid nonessential travel to Indonesia. Because of the current situation in Indonesia, all travelers may be at risk for getting and spreading COVID-19 variants.
What diseases can you catch in Bali?
Other medical conditions and diseases
- Rabies. Recent outbreaks of rabies in 2008 and 2010 raised concerns among travellers to Bali.
- Malaria. The general risk to catch malaria in Bali is very small.
- Dengue Fever.
- Diarrhea (Bali Belly)
Do I need malaria tablets for Bali?
Low to no risk: antimalarial tablets are not usually advised. If travelling to an area remote from medical facilities, carrying standby emergency treatment for malaria may be considered.
Do I need visa for Bali from UK?
In normal circumstances, if you’re travelling on a British Citizen passport you do not need a visa to enter Indonesia for visits of up to 30 days, calculated to include your date of arrival and date of departure. The Indonesian embassy has introduced a new e-visa system. You should submit your visa application online.
What is Bali belly caused from?
Bali Belly can be caused by bacteria found in local foods or drinking water, although it is most commonly caused by an increase in exotic foods, too much food and an increase in alcohol consumption.
Are Immunisations covered by Medicare?
MBS items only cover medical services. This means you can’t bill Medicare for the vaccine itself. Learn more about Medicare benefits and vaccinations on explanatory note GN.
What shots do adults need to be around a newborn?
All close contacts to the newborn should be vaccinated with the annual influenza vaccine at least 2 weeks before meeting the baby. They should also have had Tdap in the last 10 years. If they have not received that vaccine, they should get a Tdap booster at least 2 weeks before meeting the baby.
Does Bali require quarantine?
Effective July 6, 2021, all international travelers are required to undergo a mandatory 8-day quarantine at designated facilities conducted by the Indonesian government at their own expense. Two PCR tests will be administered during this period before release from quarantine.
Can I travel to Bali during Covid?
Yes. COVID-19 negative results are required for domestic flights. Domestic flights will require a PCR test conducted 48 hours (2-days) before departure. For travelers to Bali, a negative PCR test conducted two days before travel and containing a QR code from a recognized laboratory is required.
What should I avoid in Indonesia?
11 Things You Should Never, Ever Do in Indonesia
- Never joke about race, religion, and ethnicity.
- Never underestimate how spicy a meal can be.
- Do not drink alcohol or play card games in public places.
- Do not drink tap water.
- Don’t do drugs.
- Don’t forget to say thank you.
- Don’t disrupt the wildlife.
- Don’t ignore local customs.