Filipinos Allowed To Fly Home From Red List Countries | OneNews.PH

15/01/2022 2:45:00 AM

The IATF placed 14 countries, including Saudi Arabia and Canada, under the 'red list' from Jan. 16 to 31, 2022, while 32 countries and territories were placed under the 'green list.'

The IATF placed 14 countries, including Saudi Arabia and Canada, under the 'red list' from Jan. 16 to 31, 2022, while 32 countries and territories were placed under the 'green list.' | via onenewsph

The IATF placed 14 countries, including Saudi Arabia and Canada, under the 'red list' from Jan. 16 to 31, 2022, while 32 countries and territories were placed under the 'green list.'

UgandaFully vaccinated individuals from these countries must have negative result from the RT-PCR test taken 48 hours before departure.“Upon arrival, they shall no longer be required to observe mandatory facility-based quarantine but shall self-monitor for any sign or symptom for seven days with the first day being the date of arrival,” the IATF resolution said.

Those unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or whose vaccination status cannot be validated, must show a negative RT-PCR test result taken 48 hours before departure. They are also re-quired to undergo facility-based quarantine upon arrival, and take the RT-PCR test on the fifth day.

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“Upon arrival, they shall no longer be required to observe mandatory facility-based quarantine but shall self-monitor for any sign or symptom for seven days with the first day being the date of arrival,” the IATF resolution said. Those unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or whose vaccination status cannot be validated, must show a negative RT-PCR test result taken 48 hours before departure.” Further, the DOTr is mandated to “monitor and evaluate the implementation of the aviation industry, and copy furnish reports to the [Department of Health] Epidemiology Bureau for assessment of COVID-19 cases, clusters, vaccination status, and the like. They are also re-quired to undergo facility-based quarantine upon arrival, and take the RT-PCR test on the fifth day.) READ: PH lifts entry ban on Filipino travelers from ‘red list’ nations “Kung papayagan ng DOT, kung papayagan ng ating BOQ [If the DOT and BOQ agree], some quarantine hotel facilities can have isolation floors exclusive [for those who tested positive] para sa mga nagpa-positive so hindi na siya palipat-lipat [so that they need not be transferred] from one building to a different building,” he said. They are allowed to leave the quarantine facility once they receive a negative test result but must self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days.” RELATED STORY. All countries not in red or green lists fall under the yellow risk. Exceptions to presenting proof of full vaccination are passengers below 18 years old, those medically unable to receive a vaccine as certified by a competent public health authority, and foreign diplomats and their qualified dependents.

Fully vaccinated individuals from yellow list countries must present a negative result from the RT-PCR test taken 48 hours before departure. (We also continue to manage the speed and efficiency of the laboratories in releasing RT-PCR test results. They are also required to undergo facility-based quarantine upon arrival, and take the RT-PCR test on the fifth day. They are allowed to leave the quarantine facility once they test negative for the disease and continue their quarantine at home until the seventh day. Individuals who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or whose vaccination status cannot be validated must present a negative result of the RT-PCR test taken 48 hours before departure. They shall undergo facility-based quarantine upon arrival, and take the RT-PCR test on the seventh day. Those who are fully vaccinated will be placed on facility quarantine upon arrival and administered an RT-PCR test on the seventh day of quarantine.

They are allowed to leave the quarantine facility once they receive negative test result but must undergo home quarantine until the 14th day. Meanwhile, beginning Feb. 16, the Philippines will require foreign nationals entering the country to show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination. “Beginning Feb.16, 2022, proof of full vaccination shall be made a requirement for entry of all foreign nationals allowed to enter the Philippines,” Nograles said. 16 to Jan.

He said proof of full inoculation should be presented “prior to boarding flights to any points in the Philippines.” He said travelers exempted from this rule are children below 18 years old; people medically unable to receive the vaccine, as certified by competent public health region in the country of origin; and foreign diplomats and their qualified dependents or 9(e) visa holders. Latest News .