Antique stays on Alert Level 2 until May 15
The Province of Antique will remain under Covid-19 Alert 2 until May 15, except for four towns that have been placed under the lowest alert level category due to high vaccination rates and low infections.
They are Anini-y, Tobias Fornier, San Jose de Buenavista, and Sebaste.
Governor Rhodora Cadiao issued Executive Order No. 32-B, Series of 2022 that spelled out the guidelines that people traveling to the province must adhere to. (https://bit.ly/3LULVQ8)
FOR RETURNING ANTIQUEÑOS
The arrival of returning Antiqueños via the Antique airport, Lipata (Culasi) port, or any other part or airport in Panay Island should be coordinated with the concerned Municipal Health Office for assessment and monitoring.
Public transport is allowed for those who have no private vehicles.
Fully vaccinated returning Antiqueños five years old or above from areas outside Region 6 must present Covid-19 vaccination card/vaccination certificate and valid ID/birth certificate and secure a notice of coordination from the Municipal Coordinator for Returning Antiqueños for monitoring purposes of the Municipal Local Government Unit.
Unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated returning Antiqueños five years old or above from areas outside Region 6 should secure negative swab test, provided that the test has been conducted after five days of strict quarantine from the point of origin and that the test result was done not earlier than three days before travel to the province of Antique; secure notice of coordination from the municipality concerned for returning Antiqueños; present valid ID/birth certificate; and provide an approved S-PaSS Quick Response code; apply for S-PaSS at least 12 hours before travel to give leeway to the coordinator to process the request.
Meanwhile, unvaccinated children four years of age or below from areas outside Region 6 are required to secure a negative antigen test result and a notice of coordination from the municipality concerned; present birth certificate; and provide an approved S-PaSS Quick Response code.
FOR AUTHORIZED PERSONS OUTSIDE OF RESIDENCE (APORs)
Fully APORs of national government agencies, their attached agencies, and other local government units, traveling on official business and coming from places outside of Region 6 need to present Covid-19 vaccination card/vaccination certificate and provide their travel/mission order and valid ID.
Unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated APORs traveling on official business within Region 6 must secure a negative swab test result; present travel order/mission order and valid ID; and provide an approved S-PaSS Quick Response code.
FOR TOURISTS OR STAYCATIONERS ANYWHERE FROM THE PHILIPPINES
-Covid-19 vaccination card or vaccination certificate or medical certificate stating that the holder is not eligible for Covid-19 vaccine
-proof of booking reservation issued by a Department of Tourism-accredited resort or hotel; provided, that if the tourist will not stay overnight, booking, reservation is no longer necessary.