PAL advisory: Citizens of countries with new coronavirus variant won’t be allowed in flights to PH

MANILA, Philippines—Philippine Airlines will stop flying foreigners from countries that are on an expanded travel ban list meant to prevent the entry of a new, more contagious coronavirus variant.

In a travel advisory on Tuesday (Dec. 29), the flag career said it will accept only Filipino citizens, their spouses and families on board its flights from Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Canada, South Korea and Australia.

The policy would take effect from Dec. 30 to Jan. 15, 2021.

“For other flights, we will not be allowed to accept foreign nationals who originated from, or were in transit via, or had visited the following countries within 14 days prior to arrival in the Philippines,” …

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