Philippines Finally Lifts Travel Ban On The UAE Along With 30 Other Countries
BRILLIANT NEWS FOR ALL KABAYANS!
Filipino citizens and foreign nationals will be allowed to enter back into the Philippines, subject to conditions.
It was announced earlier today, on Feb 2, that the Philippine government lifted the travel ban on the UAE along with 30+ other countries.
However, COVID-19 regulations will still require passengers flying to the Philippines to undergo PCR testing on their 6th day of quarantine from the date of arrival
Foreign nationals will additionally need to provide proof of a pre-booked accommodation for at least 7 nights at an accredited quarantine hotel or facility.
Although Cebu Pacific will operate all commercial domestic and international passenger flights as scheduled, travellers are being advised to regularly check the website for COVID-related travel updates.
What to do when you intend to travel to the Philippines? Check out this guide for non-OFWs, returning OFs, and foreign nationals. pic.twitter.com/DkNJ1ch9OT
— DFA Philippines (@DFAPHL) February 2, 2021
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— Lovin Dubai | لوڤن دبي (@lovindubai) February 2, 2021
UAE authorities are reminding all visitors and residents in the country to wear their face mask when in public at ALL TIMES.
Those who fail to comply with the country’s strict COVID-19 regulations will be subject to face a penalty of AED3,000.
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