NOTE: There may be multiple travel requirements for each destination on national and provincial levels. We would also like to remind passengers that these rules are subject to change by the issuing local government authority and are issued for passengers’ and the public’s safety. As these requirements may change at short notice, the advisories below are meant only as a guide.
TO DO #1: NEGATIVE RT-PCR RESULT
a. RT-PCR Test must be done on an accredited lab by DOH website: [hfsrb . doh . gov .ph/?page_id=1729]
b. RT-PCR Test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
c. In some destinations, you will need to EMAIL the result to the assigned government agency. (Guidelines for Boracay email below)
TO DO #2: EMAIL FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS TO email@example.com [BORACAY ONLY]
a. Online Health Declaration Card (HDC) [access here www. touristboracay. com - Save/Print the results
b. hotel confirmed booking slip [Hotel booked must have Certificate of Authority to Operate/Provisional Certificate of Authority to Operate]
c. flight details
d. proof of identification [government id of the passenger]
e. Negative RT-PCR result
INSTRUCTION: 1. Subject format must be: OHDC-FAMILY NAME, FIRST NAME (e.g. OHDC-DELA CRUZ, JUAN)
2. Multiple Passengers may be send per email.
3. Once approved: QR Code will be replied to your email.
TO DO #3: FOLLOW THE GOVERNMENT GUIDELINESS BELOW:
a. Mandatory wearing of face masks and face shield. The face shield must be of good quality—clear and sturdy with a snug fit that covers the entire face.
b. Mandatory physical and social distancing and minimum contact at all times and in all places
c. In addition, movement of persons in areas under GCQ for leisure purposes shall not be allowed. Persons below 21 years old, those who are 60 years old and above, those with immunodeficiency, comorbidities, or other health risks, and pregnant woman are also restricted except under allowed circumstances.
Source: www. philippineairlines. com/en/ph/home/covid-19/travelingwithintheph [Last updated: NOVEMBER 5, 2020, 8:00PM]
TO DO #4: INSTALL TRAZE APP (MANDATORY)
Starting 28 November 2020, guests will be required to use Traze app, a nationwide and unified automated contact tracing application designed by the Department of Transportation (DOTr).
Prior to entering the airport premises, all passengers will have to download and register an account on the Traze Contact Tracing app.
Upon downloading, users simply have to open the app, click the “Register” button, and register as an “individual.” Users need to follow simple instructions indicated in the app and input the required information to activate their account.
Upon activation, users will then receive a personal QR code that allows them access and entry just by scanning it at the entrance of the airport terminal and other designated areas using the application.