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Australians refused entry to Bali at the airport taking a PCR tests too early 

Two Australian women were blocked from boarding their Jetstar flight to Bali because they took their PCR tests two hours too early.

Jessie Carr, 22, and her sister Angie Carr, 23, were left at Sydney international airport on Monday night because they would have been denied entry to Indonesia.

Australians travelling to Indonesia need to be vaccinated against Covid and take a PCR test within 48 hours of departure.

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Jessie Carr, 22, and sister Angie Carr, 23, were left stranded at Sydney international airport on Monday night after being unable to board their Jetstar flight to Bali

Jessie Carr, 22, and sister Angie Carr, 23, were left stranded at Sydney international airport on Monday night after being unable to board their Jetstar flight to Bali

PCR tests are available at the airport but take an hour and a half to complete, too long for the sisters to make their flight.

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