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Travel Advisory

ARRIVING IN PH: PASSENGERS MAY OPT TO PRESENT ANTIGEN OR RT-PCR

11 3月 2022

Travel Advisory No. 249

 

ARRIVING IN PH:  PASSENGERS MAY OPT TO PRESENT ANTIGEN OR RT-PCR

 

Travelers arriving in the Philippines now have the option to present upon arrival the negative result of either:

 

  1. A laboratory-based or clinic-based Antigen test taken within 24 hours prior to flight departure from the country of origin; or

     

  2. An RT-PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to flight departure from the country of origin.

 

This is to comply with new health requirements announced by the Philippine Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) as part of an overall  relaxation of travel protocols in relation to Covid-19. 

 

Prior to this latest IATF rule, passengers entering the Philippines were required to present a negative RT-PCR test at the minimum.

 

Fully-vaccinated individuals who comply with mandatory requirements (proof of vaccination/negative Covid-19 test results) are no longer required to observe mandatory facility-based quarantine, but must self-monitor for any signs or symptoms for seven (7) days.

 

Thank you.


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