Traveling to Dumaguete City
Requirements & Regulations – 2021
Traveling to Dumaguete City for local tourists, OWF, & Non-OWF just got easier! You can enter Dumaguete City with just 3 easy steps. As stated under the National Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) Resolution No. 101, local travelers will no longer need testing and quarantine. This is unless the LGU of destination will say otherwise. Make sure that you follow all health protocols such as wearing of face mask/ face shield and practice of social distancing. Make sure to wash hands with soap and water or sanitize with alcohol.
Dumaguete City Emergency Operations Center (as of September 30, 2021)
Globe: 0945 661 1978 — Smart 0961 524 6296
Contact numbers may change without prior notice.
STEPS TO ENTER DUMAGUETE CITY:
Returning Local Resident, ROF, OFW, Government Employee/ Official Uniformed Personnel, Workers, Special Resident Retiree’s Visa Holder, Tourist, Visitor, DFA/PRC/NBI/ Medical Appointment)
Step 1. Prepare Requirements.
NOT VACCINATED or NOT FULLY VACCINATED
– Valid ID
– RT PCR Swab Test Negative Result
(must be from DOH-accredited test center & valid 72 hours from release)
FULLY VACCINATED (14 Days After 2nd Dose)
– Vaccination Card (side with vaccination details)
– Antigen Test Negative Result (valid 48 hours)
– Vaccinatoin Certificate that you are fully vaccinated from Municipality/City Health Office where you were vaccinated
Vaccination Certificate is only required for those vaccination cards without QR code or without contact details of your City Health Office (CHO)/Municipal Health Unit (MHU); it is needed for validation of vaccination card details.
Step 2. Submit clear copies online via S-PaSS Website.
Apply for S-PaSS Travel Coordination Permit (TCP) at s-pass.ph
Upload complete requirements.
Step 3. Wait for Travel Coordination Pass (TCP) to be approved within 24 hours.
Watch the S-Pass (Frequently Asked Questions) video here:
When traveling to Dumaguete, make sure to contact your Local Government Unit of origin before contacting the Dumaguete City Tourism Office.