The rest of the Philippines is under Alert Level 2 from March 1 until March 15, 2022, fully-vaccinated travelers are allowed to travel from any international destination to any of the domestic destinations. Reasonable restrictions may be applied for travelers of a certain age (minors) and those with comorbidities as determined by the local government units (LGUs).
Please check the local government unit (LGU) of your chosen destination for specific restrictions, travel requirements, and other safety protocols you need to comply with before you travel.
Vaccination Status to Travel to and within the Philippines
Fully Vaccinated Travelers Criteria:
They have completed their single dose or second dose series of vaccines for more than 14 days before departure from an international destination; and
The choice of vaccine is included in the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) List or Compassionate Special Permit issued by the Philippine Food and Drug Administration Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) List or Compassionate Special Permit (CSP) issued by the Philippine Food and Drug Administration or the Emergency Use Listing of the World Health Organization
This does not apply to:
Travelers who are younger than 12 years accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent/guardian;
Travelers with a medical certificate of contraindication who are unable to get vaccinated.
New Normal Practice in the Philippines
All travelers are required to wear a face mask while in the airport. Some domestic destinations have allowed voluntary wearing of face shields.
Travelers also need to download and update their health status on the One Health Pass app prior to checking in for their flight to the Philippines. All passengers are required to download and register on Traze before going to any airport in the Philippines.
General Entry Requirements to the Philippines
A negative RT-PCR test result taken within 48 hours prior to departure from the country of origin
Proof of vaccination issued via VaxCertPH
World Health Organization International Certificate of Vaccination and Prophylaxis (WHO ICV application procedure for may vary from country to country. Contact your local health care provider or your country’s health ministry office regarding applying for a WHO ICV
Other proofs of vaccination permitted by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management o Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF)
All travelers traveling from any international destination should self-monitor for any sign or symptom until the 7th day from arrival and follow prescribed health protocols. Non-vaccinated travelers or travelers whose vaccination status are unable to be verified are required to undergo a facility-based quarantine until the release of the negative RT-PCR test results, which is taken on the fifth day of arrival.
Non-OFW travelers arriving in the Philippines are required to have confirmed accommodation in an accredited hotel within Metro Manila only while waiting for the release of their RT-PCR test results.
Only one person is allowed per hotel room, except for:
Families from the same household traveling together, especially those who have children or minors;
Health and emergency frontline services personnel;
Travelers that require a companion (e.g. senior citizens, mobility-challenged, learning disability)
Unaccompanied minors (18 years old and below)
Travelers may avail a waiver for special cases upon arrival for other exemptions not stated above.
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