The Department of Transportation (DOTr) in the Philippines gave an advisory after their meeting with the Inter-Agency Task Force or IATF. The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases lifted the 72-hour starting March 17, 2020 12:00 am for those leaving for abroad that would have seen airports across Luzon close down. Read more!
Department of Transportation (DOTr) ADVISORY
As a result of the meeting yesterday with the IATF on EID, the following IMPORTANT UPDATES on AVIATION PROTOCOLS are hereby announced:
🔵The 72-hour window for international flights has been lifted. All persons, regardless of nationality, except for Filipino tourists, may now fly out of the country at any time.
🔵Inbound international passengers are allowed entry, subject to strict immigration and quarantine protocols.
🔵For passengers from Italy and Iran, it was agreed that the medical certificates of good health required should be validated by their respective embassies.
🔵Sweeper flights for foreign nationals to bring them to airports will be allowed to continue operations.
🔵Only one (1) person is allowed to bring a passenger to the airport and he/she must depart immediately after dropping off said person. The driver should carry with him/her a copy of the airline ticket of the passenger as proof of conveyance.
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For more information please contact your respective Department of Tourism Office or Department of Transportation Office!
Dumaguete City Tourism Head Of Office : Mrs. Jaqueline Veloso Antonio | Contact: (035) 225-0549, 422-3561, or 422- 9409
Head of Office: Myla Mae B. Abellana | Contact: (035) 422 0675 , 225 – 1825, 412 1959
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