News Here are the countries included in Philippines’ ‘green list’

Here are the countries included in Philippines’ ‘green list’


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There are at least 57 countries included in the Philippines’ green list, which the Philippine government sees as being safe enough to quarantine for a short period of time upon arrival. 

As of July 16, below are the countries included in the green list: 

> Albania

> American Samoa

> Anguilla

> Antigua and Barbuda

> Australia

> Azerbaijan

> Barbados

> Benin

> Bermuda

> The British Virgin Islands

> Brunei

> Burkina Faso

> Cayman Islands

> Chad

> China

> Comoros

> Cote d’ Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

> Curacao

> Dominica

> Eswatini

> Falkland Islands

> French Polynesia

> Gabon

> The Gambia

> Ghana

> Greenland

> Grenada

> Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China)

> Iceland

> Isle of Man

> Israel

> Laos

> Liechtenstein

> Mali

> Malta

> Marshall Islands

> Mauritius

> Federated States of Micronesia

> Montserrat

> New Caledonia

> New Zealand

> Niger

> Nigeria

> North Macedonia

> Northern Mariana Islands

> Palau

> Romania

> Saba (Special Municipality of the Kingdom of Netherlands)

> Saint Barthelemy

> Saint Pierre and Miquelon

> Singapore

> Sint Eustatius

> South Korea

> Taiwan

> Togo

> Turks and Caicos Islands (UK)

> Vietnam

Meanwhile, the South Asian country also extended its travel ban for all inbound passengers from the UAE and nine other countries from August 1 to 15 to prevent the spread of Delta variant. 

Aside from the UAE, the nine other countries are Malaysia, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Oman.

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