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Where can your passport take you now that the country has lifted its ban on non-essential travel?
Starting today, October 21, Filipinos can fly abroad for vacations and leisure travel as long as they adhere to government guidelines.TOP STORY: 10 Most Expensive Designer Tees Owned by Local CelebritiesIn line with this, Filipinos can now travel to more countries, the Department
Filipino travelers will still have to adhere to a list of guidelines before they can fly out of the country.
Heads up, travel junkies! You can finally fly out of the country starting October 21 for non-essential travel purposes as announced by Malacañang on Friday, October 16, 2020.TOP STORY: Why Are We Still Talking About Angel Locsin's Weight Gain?According to the Palace, the
You may have to shelve your Japan travel plans for a little while longer.
Is Japan first on your bucket list once air travel resumes normal operations? Sorry to burst your bubble, but it looks like you'll have to put that dream on hold for now. Japan has extended their entry ban to 11 more countries—including
The Philippines is taking another measure to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
As another measure to curb the sudden spike of COVID-19 cases in the country, the Philippines is officially halting the issuance of visas, along with a temporary ban on all foreigners from entering the country. The Department of Foreign Affairs' Secretary Teodoro Locsin
If the ban only covers land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel, can we still go abroad?
In his presidential address on Thursday, March 12, President Rodrigo Duterte declared "community quarantine" over the National Capital Region, banning "land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from Metro Manila." This travel suspension will be in effect on March 15, Sunday, until
Traveling lets us experience life at large, but it might come with a price more expensive than airfare.
The new age of connectivity has made international travel easier than ever. For millennials, traveling means a myriad of things: from a quick city escape to a much-needed vacation. Whatever the reason is, people seek travel as a means to recharge, enjoy,
They've been declared as medium risks for now.
After partialy lifting the travel ban on South Korea, the Philippines has also held off on imposing restrictions to Japan, Iran, Italy, and Singapore for now amid the coronavirus outbreak.According to DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III, the following countries are only currently
The Philippines has lifted COVID-19 travel ban to South Korea with the exception of North Gyeongsang province.
After a short-lived travel ban, Filipinos can once again include South Korea in their vacation plans. As reported by CNN yesterday, March 3, the said restriction has now been lifted by the Inter-agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases, with the exception of
The government had earlier imposed a travel ban on South Korea.
On February 27, health secretary Francisco Duque said the Philippines may include Japan in a travel ban to contain the spread of COVID-19. The Department of Health had earlier issued a travel ban on South Korea, preventing Filipinos from visiting the country.According to Duque,
They're imposing a temporary travel ban.
South Korea has suspended all visa-free entry to Jeju Island, barring Filipino tourists and 61 other foreign countries from easily entering the country without an approved visa.The new measure was placed in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak. “This temporary measure is