The Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Cape Town has issued a travel notice regarding Ebola.
The notice said that there is no indication at this time that Ebola has spread to Cape Town or South Africa. However, to take precautions against the spread of the deadly virus to other areas, the Cape Town consulate has advised all travellers who will be travelling to Indonesia to produce a health certificate from local health practitioners to confirm that they are Ebola-free, as part of the visa requirement process.
Additionally, any person who is sick is advised not to travel as Indonesian authorities are said to be implementing screening of arriving passengers for symptoms of Ebola at all entry points in the country.
This travel advice was implemented yesterday, August 14, and will be in effect until further notice.
Any traveller visiting Indonesia is advised to obtain a certificate stating that he or she is free from the Ebola virus.

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