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The Philippines opened its border on December 1 to benefit vaccinated special zones and BNO passport holders

2021-11-26T05:40:57.564Z

The Philippine government announced on November 26 that it will reopen the border on a limited basis starting from December 1, including holders of Hong Kong and Macau SAR passports and BNO and Macau Portuguese passports. Spokesperson of the Presidential Palace of the Philippines Noglales (Karlo



The Philippine government announced on November 26 that it will reopen the border on a limited basis starting from December 1, including holders of Hong Kong and Macau SAR passports and BNO and Macau Portuguese passports.


The spokesperson of the Presidential Office of the Philippines Karlo Nograles said that people from designated "green list" low-risk countries and regions who have been fully vaccinated and stay in these places 14 days before arriving in the Philippines will be granted visa exemption for a short period of time. Stay locally.

Nograles pointed out that the relevant regulations are temporarily effective until December 15, and the period of stay may be extended thereafter, emphasizing that the authorities are gradually opening their doors to the outside world.

According to the country’s Foreign Ministry’s list of countries and regions for visa-free short stays for business and tourism, Hong Kong and Macau SAR passport holders can stay there without visa for 14 days; BNO and Macau Portuguese passport holders are granted visa-free access Stay for 7 days.

In addition, the passports of China and Taiwan are not on the list.

Other countries that have been granted visa-free entry to the Philippines include the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Singapore. People from these countries enjoy 30-day visa-free access, Brazil and According to the existing agreement, Israeli passport holders can stay there for up to 59 days.

In response to the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) epidemic, the Philippines closed its borders in early 2020. Other Southeast Asian countries including Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia also allow foreign visitors to enter.

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Source: hk1

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