Upon arrival in Mandalika not all MotoGP riders are in quarantine, here is the explanation – Archyde

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Group of drivers and officials Moto GP have arrived in Mandalika for the MotoGP pre-season test. They don’t have to undergo independent or centralized quarantine, instead they use a travel bubble system.

Marc Marquez, Fabio Quartararo and the riders and officials of the MotoGP team arrived in Lombok on Monday afternoon (02/07) local time. They arrived on two chartered planes from Malaysia.

Upon arrival in Indonesia, all drivers are not subject to mandatory quarantine. The COVID-19 Task Force’s Head of Health Handling, Alexander K. Ginting, explained that the riders and team officials, as well as MotoGP, were already in the travel bubble protection regime.

“If you have bubble quarantine, that means the centralized quarantine isn’t going to happen because it overlaps,” Alexander said, as quoted by Antara.

“Bubbles are in quarantine, where the bubbles can move but not burst. So that each bubble is consistent within its respective bubble without bursting,” he continued.

To welcome the MotoGP pre-season testing, the COVID-19 Task Force has issued Circular #5 of 2022 regarding Bladder System Health Protocol for 2022 MotoGP activities at Mandalika during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The circular was published on February 3rd.

MotoGP riders arrive in Mandalika Photo: Instagram @mgpa-official

Among other things, the regulation explains the perpetrators of the 2022 MotoGP Bubble system in Mandalika, who are officially registered as racers and officials entering the 2022 MotoGP Bubble area in Mandalika through the international arrival gate of Lombok International Airport Zainuddin Abdul Madjid.

In the 2022 MotoGP Bubble System area in Mandalika, participants are only allowed to interact with people who are in a bubble group, carry out activities in predetermined zones in each facility or infrastructure within the bubble area in Mandalika and register an antigen Rapid test undergo regularly every day.

In addition, racers with symptoms related to COVID-19 must report to health workers in the bladder system area for RT-PCR testing.

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