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Here's What You Need to Know If You're Planning to Travel to Cebu Soon

Fully vaccinated? You can skip taking a COVID test.
Here's What You Need to Know If You're Planning to Travel to Cebu Soon
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ILLUSTRATOR Bacs Arcebal
Fully vaccinated? You can skip taking a COVID test.

The province of Cebu is reopening itself to both vaccinated and unvaccinated tourists under eased restrictions following a drop in COVID-19 cases. Like other tourist destinations, Cebu will still require minimum health standards such as wearing of face masks and shields, social distancing, and frequent disinfections to prevent the spread of the virus. Only accredited establishments are allowed to accept bookings. Before you book any flights or accomodations, here's what you need to know if you're planning to go to the Queen City of the South. 

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Here are the travel requirements for different areas in Cebu

1. Cebu City

Fully-vaccinated individuals are required to present an official vaccination card with a QR Code. If the vaccination card is without a QR Code, the traveler must present an official vaccination certification issued by the local health officer of the local government unit concerned, or a Vaccination Certification issued by the Department of Health. They also need a Valid ID or other identification documents.

Non-vaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals must present only one of the following: a Negative RT-PCR (taken not more than 72 hours from scheduled arrival), a Negative Antigen Test (taken not more than 48 hours from scheduled arrival), or a Negative Saliva Test result (taken not more than 48 hours from scheduled arrival)

2. For travelers to Lapu-Lapu City, no specified requirements are asked for

3. All other LGUs in Cebu

Fully-vaccinated individuals only need to present a Vaccination card or certificate, while Non-vaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals must present a Medical Certificate from their place of origin showing that said traveler is fit to travel and shows no symptoms of COVID-19

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