Arrival and Quarantine Process
Find out what you need before you travel to Davao
For more information on testing and quarantine protocols for arriving travelers, check Arriving In The Philippines
BEFORE YOU FLY AND DURING CHECK-IN
1. All travelers should register to the Bureau of Quarantine e-Health Declaration Card (e-HDC) including children. Declare your personal information, health status, and travel history.
Register as early as 3 days within your departure date through https://www.onehealthpass.com.ph/e-HDC. The BOQ will determine the number of quarantine days upon arrival depending on the complete documents presented by the passenger.
Accurately and completely fill-out all required fields including the e-HDC. Upon completion, please ensure to save a copy of your unique transaction number and your QR code which will be required upon check-in. Failure to present the OHP QR code may result to non-acceptance to the flight.
2. Register to the https://persons.safe-davao.com/registration/person for the Safe Davao QR which must be presented upon arrival in Davao.
Please note that you need to enter a PH local number to receive the OTP prior generation of the Safe DAVAO QR code.
3. For non-OFWs and non-Filipinos who are required to undergo facility-based quarantine, please ensure to have a confirmed booking (including transportation arrangements) at a hotel accredited by Tourism and Health Agencies and for at least 10 days. You will not be able to board the flight if you miss to hold and present a confirmed booking upon check-in.
Passengers arriving before hotel standard check-in times are encouraged to book an additional night to ensure room availability. Please click here for the list of quarantine hotels in Davao.
4.Upon check-in, sign the Declaration and Waiver Form presented by our check-in agent, indicating that you are healthy and fit to travel.
DURING THE FLIGHT
5. Accomplish the Bureau of Customs Form, and Arrival Card.
WHEN YOU ARRIVE
6. Undergo a temperature check and present the BOQ One Health Pass QR Code to the BOQ Officer on Duty.
7. Proceed to the holding area for the briefing conducted by the Philippine Coast Guard.
8. Proceed to your respective desks and register manually to the case investigation form:
9. Clear with Immigration and submit the Arrival Card.
10. Claim your baggage at the designated carousel. Go through Customs Check and submit the Bureau of Customs Form.
AT THE QUARANTINE HOTEL
11. For passengers who are required to undergo facility-based quarantine, check in at your hotel and wait for your scheduled test, depending on your swab schedule. Day 1 starts on the day you arrive in the Philippines. If you develop COVID-19 symptoms (e.g., dry cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste and/or smell, etc.) at any time before your scheduled test, please inform the hotel you are staying in so a medical or BOQ officer can assess and check up on you immediately.
Facility-based quarantine is no longer required for fully vaccinated passengers.
12. For OFWs, your accommodation and food during your stay will be shouldered by the Philippine government. For non-OFWs and eligible non-Filipinos, your accommodation and food during your stay will be at your own expense.
13. If you test positive, the Bureau of Quarantine will assess you for further quarantine or medical management.
For non-OFWs and non-Filipinos:
Your Unified BOQ Quarantine Certificate is autogenerated in the OHP. You will be able to download and print this certificate through the “Track Swab Test” portal in the OHP website by entering your QR code reference number and last name. For other concerns, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
14. You may call your relatives or respective Local Government Units to pick you up at your hotel or arrange your own transportation.
15. If you have an onward PAL flight, please ensure to pre-register and secure all travel and health documents required by your destination’s Local Government Unit (LGU). Click here for more information.
Please complete your home quarantine or self-isolation under the monitoring of your LGU and Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams (BHERT).