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Travelers from Metro Manila and its surrounding provinces – supposedly in an ‘NCR Plus’ bubble to prevent the transmission of the virus – are able to slip past borders in provinces farther away. In-depth piece by Dwight De Leon.

TOP STORY: Travelers from Metro Manila and its surrounding provinces – supposedly in an ‘NCR Plus’ bubble to prevent the transmission of the virus – are able to slip past borders in provinces farther away. In-depth piece by Dwight De Leon.

Travelers from Metro Manila and its surrounding provinces – supposedly in an ‘NCR Plus’ bubble to prevent the transmission of the virus – are able to slip past borders in provinces farther away. In-depth piece by Dwight De Leon.

The IATF in Bicol will close the region’s border starting on Tuesday to nonessential travelers coming from Metro Manila and other COVID-19 hot spots.

Travelers from Metro Manila and its neighboring areas within the NCR Plus bubble who booked trips but got canceled due to the recent mobility restrictions can rebook the same free of charge, an official of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said.

Travelers from GCQ areas like Metro Manila will be allowed to visit Bohol provided that they will submit a negative RT-PCR result conducted 72 hours prior to travel. Pre-booked accommodation arrangements and tours are also required. DIY travels are prohibited | @hanahtabios 

The Department of Tourism announced on Saturday that Baguio City would open itself to travelers from Metro Manila, Region 2, and Region 3 on October 22.

40 travelers from Metro Manila were COVID-19 positive –Sara Duterte

40 travelers from Metro Manila were COVID-19 positive –Sara Duterte via @gmanews 

Police Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar insists that travelers from Metro Manila, which is under GCQ, still need to secure a travel pass before they can go to Tagaytay.

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Laguna travelers seeking a night out denied Metro Manila entry

Health authorities have urged travelers returning to their home provinces from Metro Manila to undergo a 14-day home quarantine to contain the spread of #COVID19 .

DOH asks all travelers coming from Metro Manila who are without symptoms of COVID-19 to undergo “strict home quarantine” for 14 days. days. Travelers from NCR who are out of the region will be considered as persons under monitoring. | via @virgillopez 

DOH: Travelers from Metro Manila who are outside the region who have fever or respiratory symptoms will be considered as patients under investigation. #COVID19 

DOH on travelers coming from NCR who are without symptoms to undergo strict home quarantine for 14 days. Travelers from Metro Manila who are outside the region will be considered as persons under monitoring.

PAL: Travelers to, from Metro Manila may rebook, refund trips amid mass quarantine

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