The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced the 31 countries that have lifted the inbound border restrictions on Filipino travelers.
In the album on their Facebook, it added Bahamas, Egypt, Ethiopia, and UAE in the list.
Meanwhile, 68 countries/territories are still not allowing entry in their borders, including Cuba, Haiti, Palau, Timor Leste, France, and most countries in the Middle East and Africa, among others.
On the other hand, About 78 countries, despite inbound border closures, give entry exemptions to Filipinos who are citizens of the destination country and returning residents, OFWs with work visas, diplomatic or UN passport holders going to post or on official travel.
In the infographics posted on its Facebook page, a total of 138 countries are now allowing Filipinos to return to the Philippines, subject to flight availability and other special arrangements.