Ilocos and Baguio are still under Alert Level 1 until April 30.
The festival will be held from June 10 to 11!
Good news; testing is no longer required upon entry at borders.
New travel guidelines arriving OFWs and non-OFWs should know.
Subic allows ages 12 and above to dine in
Cavite under Alert Level 2, while Batangas under Level 3 until February 15.
Cordillera provinces shift to Alert Level 4 until January 31.
Heads up, Palaweños!
Negros Island escalated to Alert Level 3 until January 31.
No vaccination, no travel policy implemented in Metro Manila.
COVID-19 cases spike after the holiday.
Enjoy Filipino food with a twist—minus the worry!
Baguio City welcomes fully vaccinated tourists.
Indoor recreational facilities are now allowed to reopen for the first time since the lockdown!
Virtual Christmas party is in!
Check out this list of accredited quarantine hotels in Subic!
Bacolod City launched the 2nd 'VAX-i' bus.
The order took effect last August 18.
Fully vaccinated tourists, you can visit Clark Freeport for leisure!
Tagaytay is on MECQ ‘til Aug. 15; Batangas is on GCQ with heightened restrictions ‘til Aug. 31.
It aims to ensure that health protocols are part of the establishment’s operating culture.
Returning Ilocos Norte residents are temporarily banned from entering until ECQ is lifted.
Four cases of Delta variant detected in Pampanga as of July 31.
Remember that the COVID-19 vaccine is still the best prevention from any of its versions!
Bacolod has begun vaccinating senior citizens.
Vaccinations of senior citizens in Cebu City are underway.
Batangas and Tagaytay are under MECQ until the end of the month.
Subic opens a new quarantine facility.
Churches in Cebu and Bohol adjust Holy Week celebrations amid the pandemic.
In case you missed it, Red Cross Bacolod offers saliva tests to detect COVID-19!
You can now visit Ilocos Norte—as long as you follow these protocols!