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Entry into Canada

It is mandatory for all travellers flying to Canada to submit their COVID-related information digitally through ArriveCan. Before you board your flight: You must use ArriveCAN to provide: Travel and contact information Quarantine plan (unless exempt under conditions set out in the Mandatory Isolation Order) COVID-19 symptom self-assessment Travellers must be ready to show their …

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Updated Requirements for Travel to the United States

Effective January 26, 2021, all air passengers traveling to the United States from a foreign country, including U.S. citizens, must present either proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of departure, or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19. All airlines will be required to confirm the negative test result or documentation of recovery …

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Guide for tourist going back to Boracay Island

Access https://www.touristboracay.com/health-declaration-boracay.aspx Fill out required fields and click submit. Upon submission, a confirmation with instructions will be displayed. Attach a copy of RT-PCR Negative Result (72 HOURS from extraction date), a copy of confirmed booking slip/form, flight details (if applicable) and proof of identification and send to touristboracay@gmail.com using the email subject OHDC-FamilyName, FirstName. Ensure …

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TRAZE Contact Tracing App to be used starting Nov 28

To ensure the smooth implementation on the automation of contact tracing in the entire NAIA Terminals, effective 28 Nov 2020, all airport passengers, and all other airport users are hereby required to download and register an account in the TRAZE CONTACT TRACING mobile app prior to entry in the airport premises. Procedure is as follows: …

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Non-Essential Outbound Travel for Filipinos allowed from Oct 21, 2020

IATF allows non-essential foreign travel for Filipinos starting October 21 Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, October 16) — The government is lifting the ban on non-essential travel of Filipinos by Wednesday, October 21, subject to strict requirements. Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases spokesman Harry Roque said Friday the body approved the removal of travel …

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