Palawan is now under Alert Level 2, and mandatory quarantine is no longer required.
Image: Puerto Princesa International Airport Facebook page
Puerto Princesa, Palawan no longer requires the mandatory facility quarantine
and home quarantine
under Alert Level 2 for inbound travelers. However, they would still need to coordinate with the S-PaSS system and comply with the required documents. 
Just recently, the whole Palawan province and Puerto Princesa has been downgraded to Alert Level 2
, which took effect on February 16 until the end of the month. Under this lower alert level, indoor capacity has been increased to a maximum capacity of 50% and outdoor capacity at 70%.
Airline travel restrictions have been eased, and inbound travelers are no longer required to undergo the mandatory quarantine mandated by the city’s Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF). Whether inbound travelers are fully vaccinated, unvaccinated, or partially vaccinated, they are no longer required to stay in a quarantine facility nor undergo home quarantine. But for the unvaccinated and partially vaccinated, they shall be exempted from staying in a quarantine facility
or undergo home quarantine only if they can enter the travel ports of their area of origin.
Negative RT-PCR test results administered 48 hours before travel will still be required from inbound travelers
who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, added Yap in a live briefing. As for the fully vaccinated, a negative antigen test result is also required taken 24 hours before their travel date.
Under a more relaxed alert level status, Alert Level 2 includes eliminating the liquor ban and updating the curfew hours from 12:00 AM to 5:00 AM. Contact sports, cockfighting, gatherings, and entertainment activities are also allowed under Alert Level 2.
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