Visitors are considered fully vaccinated when they have received 2 doses of Moderna, Astrazeneca, Novavax, Sinovac, or Pfizer or 1 single dose of Johnson & Johnson, more than 14 days prior to the date of departure from the country of origin.
Coming to Philippines
- Being fully vaccinated, except for minor children below age 12 traveling with fully vaccinated parents who can present acceptable proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated foreign nationals will not be allowed admission into the Philippines.
- Passport must be valid for at least six (6) months at the time of entry.
- Return air tickets.
If you are fully vaccinated with at least one booster shot, you are no longer required to provide a negative RT-PCR test, provided you present proof of vaccination along with your valid passport and return tickets.
The Philippine government requires all arriving passengers to complete a BOQ e-Health Declaration Card (e-HDC) . This includes children.
You can register up to three days in advance of your departure for the Philippines through the BOQ’s One Health Pass webpage .
Remember to save a copy of the transaction number and QR code, which will be required by Philippine immigration authorities.
As of September 12, 2022, wearing of face masks is voluntary in open spaces and non-crowded outdoor areas with good ventilation. Not fully vaccinated individuals, senior citizens, and immunocompromised individuals are still highly encouraged to wear masks and observe physical distancing. Face masks continue to be mandatory in indoor private and public establishments, including in all public transportation, and in outdoor settings where physical distancing cannot be maintained.
Who can enter Philippines now?
Only fully vaccinated foreign visitors will be allowed entry to the country. The list of countries whose nationals are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa for a period of stay of thirty (30) days or less:
Antigua and Barbuda
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Papua New Guinea
Republic of Korea
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
United Republic of Tanzania
United States of America
*Brazilian and Israeli nationals are given fifty-nine (59) days stay based on existing agreements.