Faced with a new wave of epidemics and a surge in cases of variant virus infections, the Philippines decided to close the border for another month, banning foreign citizens and some overseas Filipinos from entering.
Reuters reported that the Philippine Coronary Disease Task Force issued a statement late on Tuesday (16th) that the ban will be implemented from March 20th to April 19th. Foreigners and Filipino citizens who do not work overseas will be banned. Entry.
Officially approved foreign government officials, Filipinos returning home after working overseas, and emergency situations will be exempted.
The Civil Aviation Administration of the Philippines on Tuesday set the number of daily inbound passengers at Manila International Airport from March 18 to April 19 at 1,500.
To date, the Philippines has a total of more than 631,000 confirmed cases of coronary disease and a total of 12,848 death