Davao City Travel Requirements

Davao City Travel Requirements

by | Jan 14, 2021 | Blog

DAVAO CITY TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

For the upcoming 1st Regional Bamboo Bootcamp in February 2021, the question that first comes to mind is: What are the requirements when coming into Davao City? Especially now with the pandemic, the City Government of Davao is strict when it comes to non-residents entering the City.

With this, we will be presenting the Executive Order no. 63-A Series of 2020, An Order Providing for The Guidelines of Davao City as a Restricted Local Government Unit, and we will be listing the things that non-residents of Davao City need for them to come in here without a hassle.

The following are the list of Authorized Persons Outside of Residence (APOR) and their requirements for entry to Davao City:

  1. Health and emergency frontline services personnel;
  2. Government officials, employees, government frontline personnel;
  3. Duly-authorized Humanitarian Assistance Actors (HAAs);
  4. Coming in for work or business and going home;

Requirements:

Via Land travel from other parts of Mindanao:

JTF COVID Shield and Local Government Unit:

1) Company/Office ID and Certificate of Employment OR Principal acknowledgment of labour/service (for those without employer-employee relationship); AND

2) Company/Office Travel Order; AND

3) Hotels and other similar accommodation establishments Confirmation (APOR cannot stay in the houses of Davao City residents), if staying for more than one day.

When entering Davao from the Northern part, you will be needing the Davao del Norte QR code for the checkpoint once you reach Panabo. They will be scanning the QR codes of those individuals entering and exiting Davao del Norte.

Here’s the link for the said QR code: 

https://davnorsystems.gov.ph/DavNorContactTracing/OnlineApplication/Registration

Once you are done registering, you will be receiving your QR code, which will take up to three (3) days, via email.

When entering Davao from the Southern part, you will be needing the Safe Davao QR code for the checkpoint once you reach Toril. They will be scanning the QR codes of those individuals entering and exiting Davao City.

Here’s the link for the said QR code: 

https://persons.safe-davao.com/ 

Once you are done registering, you will be receiving your QR code immediately.

Via Land travel from Visayas and Luzon:

 JTF COVID Shield and Local Government Unit:

1) Company/Office ID and Certificate of Employment OR Principal acknowledgment of labour/service (for those without employer-employee relationship); AND

2) Company/Office Travel Order; AND

3) Hotels and other similar accommodation establishments Confirmation (APOR cannot stay in the houses of Davao City residents), if staying for more than one day; AND

4) Twenty-four to seventy-two (24-72) hours from date of arrival RT-PCR negative test result or test upon arrival.

Via Air travel from all domestic and international airports:

JTF COVID Shield and Local Government Unit:

1) Company/Office ID and Certificate of Employment or Acknowledgment of Principal for labour/service (for those without employer-employee relationship); AND

2) Medical Certificate Clearance; AND

3) Company/Office Travel Order; AND

4) Hotels and other similar accommodation establishments Confirmation

(APOR cannot stay in the houses of Davao City residents), if staying for

more than one day; AND

5) Roundtrip Ticket; AND

6)Twenty-four to seventy-two (24-72) hours from date of arrival RT-PCR negative test result or test upon arrival.

Once done, make sure to have yourself registered for the Safe Davao QR, a platform to help speed up contact tracing. To move around Davao City, both residents and non-residents of Davao City will need their own special and permanent DQR. A DQR will be required for anyone entering Davao City.

The following are the things you need to prepare before you go online and access the link:

  1. a clear photo of your entire face, facing the camera;
  2. a clear photo of your valid ID or birth certificate (a list of valid IDs is provided below);
  3. a clear photo of your face beside your valid ID or birth certificate;
  4. a valid mobile phone number;
  5. a valid email address.

Here is the link.

For INDIVIDUALS:

https://persons.safe-davao.com/

The following are the list of valid IDs: 

  1. Social Security System (SSS) / Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
  2. Land Transportation Office (LTO) Driver’s License. Student Permit may be accepted if in card format.
  3. Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
  4. Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) / Integrated

Department of Labor and Employment (iDOLE) card

  1. Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Voter’s ID or Voter’s

Certification from the Election Officer with Dry Seal

  1. Philippine National Police (PNP) Firearms License
  2. Senior Citizen ID
  3. Airman License (issued August 2016 onwards)
  4. Philippine Postal ID (issued November 2016 onwards)
  5. School ID
  6. Passport
  7. In the absence of a valid ID, PSA copy of a birth certificate

Always remember: Do not upload or share the DQR to prevent identity fraud. Do not access any other connection except the one posted here. The DQR is free and will not require credit card or bank details.

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