Travel Pass Needed to Go to Tagaytay for Non Cavite Residents
Date posted on September 15, 2020
Joint Task Force COVID Shield Commander Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar stated in a televised briefing on September 14 that those coming from Manila and going to Tagaytay must have a travel pass from the police.
Eleazar clarified that those residing within Cavite are the only ones who don’t need a travel pass going to the popular tourist destination.
After reopening for tourists, heavy traffic was experienced in Tagaytay as motorists and private vehicles increased.
“While it is true na ang Tagaytay dineclare ng LGU nila na hindi na kailangan ang travel pass pagpasok doon, yun po yung manggagaling within Cavite. So yung galing sa Metro Manila, pupunta ng Cavite, dapat po may reason kayo sa pagpunta doon. Dapat kukuha pa rin kayo ng travel authority,” said Eleazar. He also reiterated that only workers and authorized persons outside residence (APOR) are allowed to travel outside Metro Manila.
In areas under General Community Quarantine, Eleazar also emphasized that those who live in the same province, city or area are allowed to book staycations in hotels. “Kung yung mga hotel na yan, eh, sa Metro Manila, taga-Metro Manila ka (dapat). Sa probinsya, taga dun ka sa probinsya,” expressed the Joint Task Force COVID Shield Commander.
Currently, there are no travel restrictions within Metro Manila and other highly urbanized areas.
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