Stricter restrictions on people’s movements and activities on the densely populated islands of Java and Bali have been imposed since last month as the curve of confirmed cases of new coronavirus in the country has shown no signs of flattening.

Indonesia on Monday extended the closure of its borders to foreigners for another two weeks until Feb. 22 over coronavirus fears, a day after its drug monitoring agency approved the emergency use of China’s CoronaVac vaccine for the elderly.

Exceptions, however, will be granted for long-term residents, those from countries who have travel corridor arrangements with Indonesia and those who get special permission from Indonesian ministries or institutions, but by still applying health protocols, including a five-day quarantine.

Visiting government officials from the level of minister and above traveling with official or diplomatic visas, as well as chiefs of the foreign missions in Indonesia and their families, are excluded from quarantine.