MANILA, Philippines – All international travelers bound for the Philippines must provide arrival and health information through a new website starting Friday, December 2.
All foreign and Filipino travelers – including infants and children – are required to register individually, 72 hours before arrival in the Philippines.
One Health Pass and the paper arrival card will be discontinued starting Monday, December 5. Currently, the One Health Pass website directs travelers to access the eTravel platform instead.
Registration on the eTravel platform is free. The government advises against transacting with any entities or websites asking for payments of any kind in relation to the eTravel platform. – Rappler.com