The Philippine government has recently announced that it will be removing its mandatory quarantine requirement for travelers coming from “green” countries starting 14 October 2021. Filipinos and eligible foreigners must be fully vaccinated and present a negative RT-PCR test taken 72 hours upon arrival.
Travelers can also opt to get tested in the Philippines and stay in a quarantine hotel while waiting for the negative RT-PCR test result.
This list is effective from January 16-31, 2022. This will be updated as soon as the Bureau of Immigration releases a new list in the coming days. Red List Countries
This scheme will be suspended effective 1 February 2021. All arriving passengers to the Philippines will no longer be required to undergo facility-based quarantine upon arrival.
Here’s the updated list of Green Countries in the Philippines:
- British Virgin Islands
- Cote d’Ivoire
- Equatorial Guinea
- Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
- Hong Kong
- Saba (The Netherlands)
- Saint Barthelemy
- Sierra Leone
- Sint Eustatius