Travelling to PH soon? According to the latest guidelines of the government, Philippines travel for foreigners is not yet allowed. But, they set exceptions for certain countries and territories. Read on to learn more about the Philippines’ updated travel guidelines:

 

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Green List Countries, Yellow List Countries, and Countries under the Philippine Travel Ban

 

The IATF has adopted three classifications:

  • Green countries – Those that are classified as having a low risk for COVID-19 infections.

  • Yellow countries – Those that are classified as having a moderate risk for COVID-19 infections

  • Red countries – Those that are classified as having a high risk for COVID-19 infections.

 

Countries under the Green List

Those who are coming from green countries and are fully vaccinated need to undergo a 6-day quarantine in a government-approved facility upon arrival in the Philippines. They need to have an RT-PCR test on their 5th day of quarantine. Four days of home quarantine must also be done immediately after that.

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Unvaccinated travelers from green list countries need to undergo 8 days of quarantine in a government-approved facility upon arrival in the Philippines. They need to take an RT-PCR test on the 7th day, and an additional 6 days of home quarantine after their facility-based quarantine.

There are currently 49 countries and territories on the list (effective October 16 to 31):

  • Algeria

 

  • American Samoa

 

  • Bhutan

 

  • Burkina Faso

 

  • Cameroon

 

  • Cayman Islands

 

  • Chad

 

  • China (Mainland)

 

  • Comoros

 

  • Republic of the Congo

 

  • Cook Islands

 

  • Eritrea

 

  • Falkland Islands (Malvinas)

 

  • Gibraltar

 

  • Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China)

 

  • Kiribati

 

  • Madagascar

 

  • Mali

 

  • Marshall Islands

 

  • Federated States of Micronesia

 

  • Montserrat

 

  • Nauru

 

  • New Zealand

 

  • Nicaragua

 

  • Niger

 

  • Niue

 

  • North Korea

 

  • Northern Mariana Islands

 

  • Palau

 

  • Poland

 

  • Saba (Special Municipality of the Kingdom of the Netherlands)

 

  • Saint Helena

 

  • Saint Pierre and Miquelon

 

  • Samoa

 

  • Sierra Leone

 

  • Sint Eustatius

 

  • Solomon Islands

 

  • Sudan

 

  • Syria

 

  • Taiwan

 

  • Tajikistan

 

  • Tanzania

 

  • Tokelau

 

  • Tonga

 

  • Turkmenistan

 

  • Tuvalu

 

  • Uzbekistan

 

  • Vanuatu

 

  • Yemen

 

To check the updated list, visit the Bureau of Immigration’s website.


Note: All information in this article is accurate at the time of writing and subject to change without prior notice.


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Source: guidetothephilippines.ph