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Bohol Drops RT-PCR Test Requirement for Fully Vaccinated Tourists

Here are the updated travel requirements.
by Clara Rosales
Oct 26, 2021
Photo/s: Unsplash

Bohol is dropping the RT-PCR requirement for fully inoculated tourists in favor of a vaccination certificate from the Department of Health, its governor said last week.

To enter Bohol, travelers must present a vaccination certificate generated from the VaxCert website that is validated by the DOH Bureau of Quarantine through VaxCertPHVerifier, along with an S-Pass, Gov. Art Yap said.


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Non-vaccinated and partially vaccinated tourists are still required to present a negative RT-PCR test taken at least 72 hours before scheduled departure for Bohol.

Individuals caught with a fake RT-PCR test result, vaccination certificate, or S-Pass will be fined P5,000 and quarantined in an accredited quarantine facility for five days at their own expense.

They will then be required to undergo an RT-PCR test on the fifth day of quarantine. Only those with negative results will be released.

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