Davao City is placed under the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) beginning June 5 to June 20, which means non-essential travel and/or tourists are not allowed.
For repatriates and essential personnel working in the city, check out below the basic travel requirements needed when traveling or passing Davao City.
Follow the minimum public health standard
Travelers are expected to follow the minimum health protocol, including the observance of physical distancing, frequent hand sanitizing, proper couch etiquette, and properly wearing of face masks and face shields at all times.
Moreover, must have no close contact with COVID-positive individuals in the last 14 days. If possible, conduct a week or two of personal isolation prior to the date of travel.
COVID-19 swab test requirements
Travelers need to present an RT-PCR (nasopharyngeal) NEGATIVE test result conducted by a DOH-accredited lab facility, or saliva-based RT-PCR NEGATIVE test conducted by the Philippine Red Cross ONLY.
Test results shall be valid within 72 hours from administering the test.
Secure a TPP via S-PaSS
Generate your Travel Pass-Through Permit (TPP) via https://s-pass.ph/
Register to DQR for contact tracing
Register to Safe Davao QR (DQR) at https://profiles.safe-davao.com/ and generate unique QR code. (READ: Davao City QR code registration: Here’s HOW)
Present a valid ID
Any valid / government-issued identification card, while Government APOR/private APOR on official business must present, along with their government/company ID, a travel order or mission order (if available).
For more inquiries, contact the Davao City COVID-19 Operations Center Hotline numbers at 0927 604 5797 (Call Only) / 0906 367 4671 (Text Only) or message them at Facebook.com/davaocitygov or email at firstname.lastname@example.org