As the provincial government has updated and eased travel protocols, incoming local and foreign fully vaccinated
travelers will only need to present their vaccination cards upon arrival in Palawan.
Governor Jose Alvarez recently implemented and signed updated and eased travel protocols through Executive Order No. 57 last March 29.
The incoming unvaccinated individuals must comply with a negative RT-PCR test result taken 72 hours before departure. Moreover, a 7-day home-based quarantine is also required for unvaccinated returning residents of Palawan.
With these updated and lenient travel policies, Provincial Information Officer Atty. Christian Jay Cojamco expressed that further easing travel policies will help the province of Palawan and its cities regain economic revival  and also boost the tourism sector of the area.
The less strict travel policies are also attributed to a high rate of fully vaccinated individuals within and outside Palawan. When travel policies are less severe, tourists are therefore encouraged to visit.
However, easing such travel policies and regulations does not mean the government is complacent. The Palawan
provincial government is still firm on adhering to the health and safety policies from the national Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases. 
The Philippines has now reopened its borders to all fully vaccinated travelers on a national scope. It is officially announced by the Tourism Congress of the Philippines. 
At present, fully vaccinated travelers bound to any parts of the Philippines no longer need to comply with any entry exemption document as long as they comply with visa and immigration policies. But also, these inbound travelers must still provide a negative antigen or RT-PCR test result taken before departure.
President of the Tourism Congress of the Philippines Jojo Clemente says that health and safety protocols are still strictly observed in tourism
establishments all over the country so that the safety of travelers and the public, in general, is still ensured.