Under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ), travel to Cebu City is now allowed, but requirements to enter are at the discretion of the local government unit.
Because of the slight spike in cases that began this November, Cebu City Mayor Edgar Labella issued new guidelines for allowing entry into Cebu City for those coming in from outside the province.
The main difference between these new travel guidelines and the ones released in August is that non-essential travel is now allowed and a 14-day quarantine is no longer required because of the new requirement that all travelers must have an RT-PCR test taken within 3 days of entry to the city.
Here are the requirements if you need if you’re traveling to Cebu City soon.
This go-signal also covers government or private sector employees who fall under the government's list of persons allowed to travel.
If you’re what the government calls a “ locally stranded individual” (LSI) or an “allowed person outside of residence” (APOR) – whether working for a government agency or private sector – these are the documents you will need to bring with you starting this Friday, August 28.
All individuals traveling to Cebu City from outside Cebu province should apply for an authority to enter online here.
To get your letter of coordination you can email the Cebu City government at email@example.com or call 0945 278 5076 for Globe and 0961 523 6009 for Smart subscribers.
The Mactan Cebu International Airport advised those coming here to monitor the status of their flights and to make sure they have all of their documents prior to their flight.