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GUIDE: Destinations With No RT-PCR Test Requirement for the Fully Vaccinated

Itching to travel again?
by Arianne Merez
Feb 3, 2022
Photo/s: Jerome Ascano

Several tourist destinations in the Philippines have dropped the negative COVID-19 test requirement for fully vaccinated individuals as the country prepares to reopen to foreign travelers.

Tourist-favorite Boracay Island was first to announce the removal of the swab test requirement in favor of COVID-19 vaccination certificates or cards for fully vaccinated individuals.

Here are the tourist destinations that have dropped the RT-PCR test requirement for fully vaccinated individuals as of Feb. 2 according to budget carrier Cebu Pacific:

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Travelers planning to visit the listed areas can view the travel requirements per destination here.

The easing of restrictions came as the Philippines prepares to reopen to fully vaccinated foreigners, regardless of the place of origin, starting Feb. 16.


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