Baguio laid out requirements for Region I tourists
On September 22, Baguio City will welcome back tourists, but only ones coming from Region 1. In preparation for this, Baguio City’s local government has given the requirements for those interested to visit the City of Pines. All tourists must fill out a health declaration form online via the city’s website. Information such as personal info, intention of trip, contact person in the city, vehicle that will be used, destination, photo, and travel clearance will be asked from them. They will be evaluated by the local government and will be contacted regarding their registration status. Those who wish to visit the city must also undergo triage at the city’s borders. 
Isolation facility required in Benguet before reopening for tourism
The province of Benguet will soon reopen its doors to tourists, but isolation facilities must be present in its 13 towns as additional preparation for the province. Benguet Mayor Melcor Diclas said that having isolation facilities in all of the 13 towns of Benguet will help them accommodate everyone if they reopen their tourism and COVID-19 cases arise. He also added that Benguet is trying to avoid local transmission of the virus to immunocompromised people and those with weak immune systems. Not all 13 towns in Benguet have isolation facilities, but the local government hopes that all municipalities will be able to establish one by the end of 2020. 
Ilocos Norte announces plans of reopening for tourism by October
Ilocos Norte Governor Matthew Manotoc said that if things get better by October, Ilocos Norte will finally be able to reopen for Metro Manila tourists. Those who wish to visit the province must submit themselves to a RT-PCR test and have their trip pre-arranged. They will also have to pre-register using an online tourist registration system and book in a hotel accredited by the Department of Tourism and provincial government of Ilocos Norte.
All tourists must also be assisted by an accredited tour agency who will be managing the tourists and their itineraries. As a safety precaution, tourists will not be allowed to stay in the homes of their relatives or friends. Requirements including a travel authority, medical certificate, accomplished health declaration form, and a negative rapid antigen test must be secured before entry at the border. Original documents and IDs must be presented for identity verification as well. Tourists can stay for five days up to 30 days but those who wish to extend must undergo another test with a negative result. The local government and the hotel will handle travelers who test positive .