Visitors to the Philippines who are completely vaccinated need not produce a negative (RT-PCR) test evidence upon arrival, according to the Philippines News Agency (PNA).
Passengers entering the country who are at least 18 years old and have received at least one booster injection against Covid-19 are covered by the most recent decision.
Two Covid-19 vaccine doses are required for those 12 to 17 years of age who have already had the vaccination, as well as those under the age of 12 who are travelling with their completely or booster-vaccinated parent or guardian. In addition, there is no longer an obligation to get travel insurance.
A valid passport and proof of immunisation are required even for travellers who claim to be fully protected. In the case of temporary visitors, they must have a valid ticket for their return travel to either the port of origin or the next port of destination no later than 30 days following arrival.
IATF-EID-approved evidence of vaccination include the WHO International Certificate of Vaccination and Prophylaxis, VaxCertPH, a national or state digital certificate of a foreign country that accepts VaxCertPH, and any other accepted proof.