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Step by step guide for OFWs arriving at Clark International Airport


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As the Clark International Airport welcomes more and more passengers in its premise, it reminded arriving overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) of the step by step guideline once they arrive in Pampanga. 

Before the departure, passengers should have printed the Health Declaration Card, Case Investigation Form, and Oath of Undertaking via

Step 1: Register Online

Accomplish your CIF online at prior to arrival. For non-OFWs, seafarers, and foreign nationals, save or print a copy of the QR code sent to your email. 

Step 2: Arrival

Relax and be seated. Their marshals will call you when it’s your turn. 

Step 3: Health Check and Verification

The Bureau of Quarantine personnel will approach you to validate your Health Declaration Cards. 

Step 4: Hotel and Transport

When directed by the marshal, proceed to the designated One-Stop-Shop Booth for the hotel assignment. 

i. OWWA for Landbased 

ii. LMA for Sea-based

iii. DOT for others. Please present your hotel and transportation booking confirmation

Step 5: Payment

Proceed to the payment counter. Settle payment as required. 

Step 6: Barcode Issuance

Proceed to the designated counter for barcode issuance. 

Step 7: Swab Test (RT-PCR Test)

Proceed to the testing booth. Submit your passport and barcode stickers or manual CIF to the medical personnel. 

Step 8: Immigration and Customs

Proceed to immigration. After this, proceed to baggage claim and customs inspection. 

Step 9: Hotel Quarantine

Proceed to your assigned bus for transport to your designated quarantine hotel. For non-OFWs, seafarers, and foreign nationals, you may pre-book your hotel online or from this BOQ accredited list: https:bit.lyBOQAccreditedHotels

Step 10: Results

Strictly observe the mandatory quarantine protocol as indicated in the Affidavit of Undertaking (AOU). The results will be sent to your email after 48 hours. 

Step 11: Going Home

Coordinate with your assigned agency for transport to your home destinations. For non-OFWs and foreign nationals, please make your own transport arrangement. For land-based OFWs, you may arrange your transport with OWWA. 

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