Amid the COVID-19 situation, Bureau of Immigration, Republic of the Philippines is extending the arrival ban on 7 countries until June 30.
Specifically, the ban includes arriving passengers from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, United Arab Emirates, and Oman and will remain into force until the end of June.
As informed, those with a travel history from these countries within the last 14 days before arrival are also temporarily banned from entering the country.
Transiting passengers, or those who did not exit the airport or were cleared by immigration in said countries are not covered by the ban.
Concluding, arriving aliens will still undergo regular immigration inspection, and must have outbound tickets, as well as documentary proof of their purpose in the country. Improperly documented aliens are excluded and sent back to their port of origin.
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