New Travel Requirements to enter the Philippines : RT-PCR test no longer needed for fully-vaxxed travelers
RT-PCR is no longer required for all individuals with at least 1 booster injection
Travel requirements to enter the Philippines keep evolving to simplify your travel experience while keeping safety for everyone.
Since May 26th, 2022 ,
Fully-vaccinated Filipinos and foreigners who will enter the Philippines beginning May 30 are no longer required to present a negative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test upon arrival in the Philippines.
No more compulsory insurance for foreigners
The IATF-EID, according to its latest resolution, has also lifted the travel insurance requirement for incoming passengers.
The updated Covid-19 protocols included under IATF-EID Resolution 168 allows travelers to enter the Philippines sans the need to secure travel insurance.
Fully-vaccinated travelers, according to the new IATF-EID resolution, are still mandated to present acceptable proof of vaccination and passports valid for a period of at least six months at the time of their arrival.
For temporary visitors, they must have valid tickets for their return journey to the port of origin or next port of destination not later than 30 days from date of arrival.
Find all the latest updates of travel requirements to enter the Philippines on the official website of the Philippines government https://www.gov.ph
Source IAFT Resolution 168