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World Philippines Lets Foreigners In, Eases Travel Rules for Citizens

08:20  23 october  2020
08:20  23 october  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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Latest travel advice for Philippines , including how to stay safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and information on returning to the UK. In addition to the global advisory against non-essential international travel , the following advice within the Philippines remains in place

Get a travel insurance quote for Philippines . You can buy at home or while traveling , and claim I think the latest news is for foreigners entering after July 1st, there is a minimal quarantine of a Check the Philippine Government travel advisory for citizens to see if there is a travel ban in place.

(Bloomberg) -- The Philippines will welcome back foreign nationals starting Nov. 1 and allow Filipino travelers to leave without Covid-19 antigen tests as the Southeast Asian nation continues to reopen.

a car parked on a city street filled with lots of traffic: Vehicles sit parked outside the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 in Manila, the Philippines, on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. Manila’s main airport -- which was shut since Taal volcano flared up on Sunday afternoon, suspending more than 240 flights and affecting about 60,000 passengers -- resumed partial operations before noon, according to authorities. Aircraft are still advised to avoid the airspace around the volcano as ash and ballistic fragments pose risks. © Bloomberg Vehicles sit parked outside the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 in Manila, the Philippines, on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. Manila’s main airport -- which was shut since Taal volcano flared up on Sunday afternoon, suspending more than 240 flights and affecting about 60,000 passengers -- resumed partial operations before noon, according to authorities. Aircraft are still advised to avoid the airspace around the volcano as ash and ballistic fragments pose risks.

Religious gatherings in areas under a looser form of quarantine will be allowed up to 30% of seating capacity from 10% previously, Harry Roque, spokesman of President Rodrigo Duterte, said in a statement on Friday.

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Nationals from countries listed below who are traveling to the Philippines for business and tourism purposes are allowed to enter the Philippines without visas for a stay not exceeding thirty (30) days, provided they hold valid tickets for their return journey to port of origin or next port of destination and

Can you have dual citizenship in the Philippines ? This depends on whether you’re a natural born Foreigners who want to become Filipino must renounce their original citizenship before they’re If I become a citizen of the Philippines , can they legally force me to give up my other passport/nationality?

a large long train on a steel track: Vehicles move outside the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 in Manila, the Philippines, on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. Manila’s main airport -- which was shut since Taal volcano flared up on Sunday afternoon, suspending more than 240 flights and affecting about 60,000 passengers -- resumed partial operations before noon, according to authorities. Aircraft are still advised to avoid the airspace around the volcano as ash and ballistic fragments pose risks. © Bloomberg Vehicles move outside the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 in Manila, the Philippines, on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020. Manila’s main airport -- which was shut since Taal volcano flared up on Sunday afternoon, suspending more than 240 flights and affecting about 60,000 passengers -- resumed partial operations before noon, according to authorities. Aircraft are still advised to avoid the airspace around the volcano as ash and ballistic fragments pose risks.

Early this week, the government shortened curfew hours in the capital region and eased stay-at-home order in response to a request from the Cabinet to allow more businesses to thrive.

The Philippines, which has the second most number of Covid cases in Southeast Asia, on Thursday reported 1,664 new cases, bringing to total to nearly 364,000.

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