Villafuerte says CamSur to have 2-week trial period to implement IATF’s new travel protocols
Camarines Sur Governor Miguel Villafuerte said that his province will have a two-week “trial period” to implement the uniformed travel protocols issued by the IATF.
The IATF earlier issued Resolution No. 101 which removed medical certificate, travel authority RT-PCR Test and quarantine as requirements for travelers. Nevetheless, LGUs may still require the RT-PCR test upon their discretion.
“Para sa ating probinsya, minarapat po naming magkaroon ng 2 linggong trial period, simula ngayong araw, para sa nasabing resolution,” said the governor.
“Ibig sabihin po, dalawang linggong hindi kami magre-require ng medical certificate, travel authority, RT-PCR test, at quarantine sa lahat ng papasok sa CamSur. Sa loob po ng 2 linggong ito ay oobserbahan at aaralin namin ang magiging epekto nito sa bilang ng kaso ng COVID-19 sa ating probinsya,” he added.
Meanwhile, the governor prodded his constituents to follow health protocols strictly.
“Sa kabila nito, wag kalilimutang mag-ingat palagi at sumunod sa standard safety protocols natin kontra sa COVID-19,” he added.
Meanwhile, Villafuerte shared the pertinent provisions of his EO 1 s 2021:
Section 3b. All passengers arriving at the Naga Airport shall be required to undergo routinary medical check up or assessment and/or RDT/ANTIGEN TESTING , before they will be allowed to go outside of the airport. Those who exhibited COVID-19 signs and symptoms shall be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine.
Section 4. Border Control and Checkpoints. The checkpoint at the border in Del Gallego shall remain and be maintained. All passengers shall be assessed, their temperature shall be taken, and shall undergo RDT or ANTIGEN TESTING. Passengers who are exhibiting symptoms and/or tested positive shall undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine.