Arriving Filipinos in PH need to register with One Health Pass

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File Photo: OFWs at HK International Airport

All Filipinos arriving in the Philippines must register with the One Health Pass (OHP) before arrival to the said Malacañang on Feb. 4.

Acting presidential spokesman Karlo Nograles, said this is based on the latest guidelines of the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on the entry of Filipinos into the country.

The OHP of the government is a platform online to promote a convenient and seamless movement of international travelers from departure from the country of origin to arrival at the local government unit (LGU) of their destination.

Earlier, Malacañang scrapped the risk classifications of countries, territories, and jurisdiction, allowing returning fully vaccinated Filipinos to do not undergo facility-based quarantine instead self-monitor for symptoms within seven days upon their arrival.

Arriving Filipinos who have recovered from Covid-19 but test positive on the 48-hour pre-departure test can also enter the country but should be able to present the following documents: Positive RT-PCR test that has taken not earlier than 10 days or not later than 30 days before the date of departure, positive RT-PCR test that was taken within 48 hours before departure, and a medical certificate issued by a licensed physician saying he or she was an asymptomatic, mild, moderate, severe, or critical case of Covid-19; has completed the mandatory isolation period, is no longer infectious, and has been allowed free movement or travel.