Noveras issues travel guidelines for stranded Aurora residents, OFWs
Aurora Governor Gerardo Noveras has issued travel guidelines for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and returning OFWs who plan to enter the province.
In a Sept. 11 executive order, the Aurora government set a number of requirements for returning or repatriated OFWs and other overseas Filipinos who are going back to their places of residence.
They are supposed to submit a medical clearance certificate issued by competent health authority, indicating mandatory 14-day quarantine in a national government quarantine facility.
In place of a quarantine clearance, they may secure an updated RT-PCR (swab test) negative result that is valid for three days from date of issuance.
On the other hand, returning stranded residents of Dinalungan, Casiguran, and Dilasag should show a valid Identification Card (ID), with proof of residency, travel authority issued by the Philippine National Police, and a medical clearance certificate issued by competent health authority, indicating the completion of a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
In place of a quarantine clearance, they may also secure an updated RT-PCR negative result that is valid for three days from date of issuance.
If their documents are incomplete, they may be subject to quarantine procedures in the Provincial Quarantine Facility.
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