Boracay to accept fully vaccinated holiday-goers
RT-PCR test no longer required for fully vaccinated travelers, returning residents
Palawan allows returning residents, tourists
The swab test for fully vaccinated travelers is still implemented in Bohol.
Palawan is in a state of calamity due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Boracay Island welcomes back NCR Plus tourists!
The sea travel suspension between Panay Island and Negros Occidental has been lifted.
Bacolod and Negros Occidental remain under MGCQ until May 31.
Vaccinations of senior citizens in Cebu City are underway.
Bacolod limits mass gatherings and other events.
Check out this week’s roundup of quarantine updates!
Negros Occidental remains closed to tourists.
Baguio City and Benguet are under GCQ for the entirety of February.
An earlier curfew is proposed in Cebu City.
Boracay environmental fees will increase starting February.
The New Clark International Airport terminal reopens!
Read on to see this week’s COVID-19 updates in Bacolod City and beyond.
The curfew in Bacolod City reverts back to 11PM to 4AM.
Amid news of a new COVID-19 strain, Cebu City isn’t letting its guard down.
In Bacolod, only people in the same household can conduct Christmas celebrations.
Read on to see this week’s quarantine updates!
Bacolod sees a shorter curfew to allow simbang gabi.
Baguio and Ilocos are preparing for Christmas!
Cebu is under MGCQ for the whole month of December!
Batangas is under GCQ until the end of December.
Curfew hours in Iloilo for minors to be extended.
Bacolod requires businesses to use its new contact tracing system.
In Baguio, residents over 65 years old are required to stay at home until November 27.
Bacolod sees more villages that have zero COVID-19 cases!
Jeepneys are now allowed to operate in Cebu City again!
Iloilo launches a mental health program for Ilonggos!
Diving resorts in Batangas are now allowed to open!
Metro Manila is gearing up for Undas with strict health protocols.
Baguio and other parts of Northern Luzon are now open for tourists!
In case you missed it, Masskara Festival has been cancelled this year.
Ilocos Norte opens for tourism with strict safety guidelines!
This Week, Cebu sees more developments to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Read on for the latest quarantine updates in Southern Luzon!
As Subic reopens for tourism, safety protocols are implemented.
Baguio and Ilocos plan to reopen to tourists. Read on for more quarantine updates.
With Bacolod City under MECQ, the home quarantine pass system is implemented.
Up in Northern Luzon, Baguio and Ilocos plan to reopen soon.
The entire island of Cebu is under MGCQ, but actions against COVID-19 continue.
See the quarantine rules in Tagaytay, Batangas, and other areas in Southern Luzon.
With Metro Manila under general community quarantine, here are the updates to expect.
Get all the Northern Luzon quarantine updates here.
Bacolod enforces a longer curfew and suspends the Hatid Tulong program.
Baguio mulls reopening tourism in September—depending on the country’s status.
The MECQ in Metro Manila is expected to end on the 18th.
Get your weekly roundup of quarantine updates and health news!
The liquor ban and longer curfews are back in some Metro Manila cities.
Palawan officials call out airlines for not following IATF rules.
Boracay shortens its curfew hours, while Iloilo closes its borders to Bacolod.
Subic strictly implements its protocols after recording first COVID-19 cases.
Bike racks are now installed in select train stations all over Metro Manila!
In case you missed it, Bacolod is still under MGCQ until July 31.
Here are the latest quarantine updates in Baguio City!
See the latest COVID-19 updates in Metro Manila.
Bacolod's airport is limited to only 150 passengers a day.
Baguio is still closed to tourists, while Ilocos Norte hotels have begun reopening.
Metro Manila remains under general community quarantine until July 31.
Cebu City is still under ECQ, while the province is now under MGCQ.
Batangas sees new guidelines under the modified general quarantine.
Pampanga and Subic are under modified general community quarantine, along with others.
Metro Manila remains under general community quarantine until July 15.
More modes of transportation are now available in Metro Manila.
In case you missed it, Baguio and Ilocos are under modified GCQ until June 30.
Solo drivers in Metro Manila and other GCQ areas can now drive without face masks!
Get Metro Manila updates, from the new stall layouts in Greenhills to the curfew in Taguig!
Get the latest quarantine updates in Boracay for this week.
Get quarantine updates, transportation news, and more!
Public safety measures are adjusted in line with the shift in quarantine status.
There is now a PCR-based lab in Bacolod!
Get this week’s updates on how Northern Luzon adjusts to a new normal.
Exercising outside is now allowed under the general community quarantine!
This is the second week of the modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila.
Palawan is under a modified general community quarantine.
Batangas is under general community quarantine until the 31st.
What to expect in Metro Manila on the first week of the modified enhanced community quarantine
Palawan adjusts to the general community quarantine.
Some areas in Central Luzon are still under the ECQ.
The enhanced community quarantine has been lifted in Palawan since April 30.
Benguet, including Baguio City, is still under enhanced community quarantine.
Ilocos Norte will remain on total lockdown during the ECQ.
Southern Luzon has new color-coded quarantine passes, a new anti-discrimination ordinance, and more.
Get quarantine updates on Subic, Clark, Zambales, and more.
Read on for a roundup of news in Benguet and in Northern Luzon.