Policy on Returning to/Entering the UK

The Department for International Trade issued a Flowchart Quarantine Queries that sets out the procedure to process feedback and queries from business relating to quarantine measures.


New rules for people entering the UK came into force on June 8, 2020. Residents and visitors travelling to the UK now need to provide journey and contact details, and self-isolate for 14 days. A list of exemptions is available on GOV.UK.


BCC responds to confirmation of 14-day quarantine for air passengers on June 3, 2020.


Home Secretary announces new public health measures for all UK arrivals including 14-days self-isolation on May 22, 2020. [Press Release | BCC Response]


British nationals in Indonesia who wish to leave, should make arrangements to do so as soon as possible.


The number of international flights out of Indonesia is reducing daily, to destinations within the region and globally, so you may not be able to leave Indonesia when you had planned to. Flights and medical evacuation may not be available, or become very expensive if you do not depart soon.


The British Embassy Jakarta is issuing regular updates on Twitter and Facebook with the latest available information on flight departure options for British nationals wishing to leave Bali and other areas of Indonesia. More details HERE