Philippines Covid Travel Update: No Negative RT-PCR Tests Required for 24 out of 33 Cebu Pacific Destinations

Philippine Covid Travel Update as of November 19, 2021: No swab tests needed for entry

Cebu Pacific Air, the Philippines’ leading airline company, reveals that 24 local Philippine destinations in its flight network no longer require negative RT-PCR test results for fully vaccinated travelers, even more, streamlining travel for everyJuan.

Destinations that accept vaccination cards for fully vaccinated travelers in lieu of RT PCR or Antigen tests consist of Bacolod, Bohol, Boracay, Camiguin, Cebu (Mandaue City and Cebu City), Cotabato, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iloilo, Kalibo, Legazpi, Ozamiz, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.

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Other requirements include:

  • Vaccination certificates.
  • Government-issued ID cards.
  • Travel permits from S-Pass.
  • Validated accommodations.
  • Registration to specific contact tracing applications.

According to the latest Philippines Covid travel update, some destinations require completely vaccinated travelers to present their certificate from VaxCertPH like Roxas or simply upload their vaccination status to S-Pass like the provinces of Butuan and Cagayan de Oro.

Pagadian only needs a legitimate government-issued ID stating that address is within Pagadian City, no matter vaccination status. At the same time, guests bound for Masbate must present the S-PaSS QR code, legitimate for fifteen (15) days after approval.

The following Cebu Pacific destinations, Lapu-Lapu City, Clark, Davao, Manila, and Tacloban do not need arriving visitors to provide any travel documents for entry.

“We are very happy with the various LGUs’ efforts in securely resuming their borders, particularly for completely vaccinated people. Not only does it streamline the process however also lowers the general cost of travel. We would encourage an additional evaluation and simplification of requirements and for other destinations to follow suit,” stated Xander Lao, Chief Commercial Officer at Cebu Pacific.

Tourists are prompted to constantly contact the LGU (Local Government Units) of their destination for the current updates.

CEB will provide updates on travel requirements through as soon as we receive them. The country’s leading airline company also guarantees that it continues to adhere to health procedures set by the federal government.

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CEB runs with a 100% immunized active flying crew. Likewise, it has been ranked 7/7 stars by for its COVID-19 compliance as it continues to carry out a multi-layered technique to security following worldwide air travel standards. These include daily substantial cleaning and disinfection procedures for all airplanes and facilities, antigen screening before tasks for all frontliners and crew members, and contactless flight treatments. Its jet fleet is equipped with medical facility grade HEPA (High-Efficiency Particular Arrestor) air filters, keeping infections at bay.

“We are pleased with the numerous LGUs’ efforts in securely resuming their borders specifically for completely immunized people. Not only does it simplify the process however likewise minimizes the general expense of travel. We would encourage a more evaluation and simplification of requirements and for other locations to follow suit,” said Xander Lao, Chief Commercial Officer at Cebu Pacific.

Philippines Covid Travel Update 2021: List of Destinations with No Swab Tests Required

Philippines Covid Travel Update 2021
Philippines Covid Travel Update 2021
Philippines Covid Travel Update 2021
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