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Philippines - Covid-19 Travel Advisories and Updates
This page is updated with the latest advisories and most relevant news regarding the Covid-19 global pandemics and its effect on travelling to the Philippines.
The purpose of this page is to give general and collective information to those who intend to travel to the Philippines for tourism purposes.
The information you'll find below might not be updated nor accurate. For legitimate information, you should always consult the official online and/or offline sources of the Public Authorities in the Philippines and/or in your country of origin.
MAIN REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER THE PHILIPPINES STARTING NOVEMBER 7, 2022
PEOPLE VACCINATED FOR COVID-19 (WITH AT LEAST 2 DOSES) CAN ENTER THE COUNTRY WITHOUT SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS.
Unvaccinated people, 15 years old and above: they can enter the country showing the negative result of a Covid-19 antigen test taken before departure.
Unvaccinated People below 15 years old: if accompanied by a parent/guardian, they will have the same protocols of their parent/guardian, regardless of their vaccination status. If they travel alone, the same requirements for adults will be applied (required vaccination with 2 doses or negative swab).
EVERYONE SHOULD ADDITIONALLY FILL-IN THE FORMS "eARRIVAL CARD" BEFORE THEIR DEPARTURE.
Other requirements could be needed due to personal situations.Requirements may change with time. Always consult official sources.
Complete and full announcement by the Bureau of Immigration of the Philippines here
ADDITIONAL NOTES FOR TRAVELS/TOURS OF THE PHILIPPINES FOR UNVACCINATED PEOPLE
What is written above concerns the official news for entry in the Philippines at a national level.
At a local level, however, there may still be different requirements and limitations for unvaccinated people (for instance, in some Provinces, it could be not possible to enter the territory without vaccinations; or, it could be required to present another negative swab result).
OTHER USEFUL INFO
Masks are not compulsory outdoors.
Furtherly, the use of masks indoors is not required anymore, except for public means of transportation and stations, hospitals, clinics and similar places and in contact with fragile people.