Barangay Health Certificate is one of the requirements for traveling during this pandemic. Fret not! It only takes few minutes to get this.
Since December 2020, I’ve been trying to explore different AirBnbs every month. Instead of providing the expensive swab test or rapid test, most of them accept health certificates from barangay.
Step 1: Provide a Proof of Residency
You can secure a certificate of residency from the Barangay Hall. Just fill out a form by providing your name, address, and the length of time you reside in that place.
Step 2: Answer the Health Declaration Form
Some barangays just give out the health declaration form in the Barangay Health Center. Others interview the applicants. They will ask you if you experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. This includes fever, cough, cold, sore throat, diarrhea, and loss of appetite.
Step 3: Get your Barangay Health Certificate!
In the Barangay Health Center, they will ask your purpose for getting the certificate. You must also tell them when are you going to use it so they can decide for the validity of the health certificate. Before leaving, make sure that your certificate is signed by the barangay nurse and barangay official.
How to Get Health Certificate
- Provide a proof of residency
- Answer the Health Declaration Form
- Get your Health Certificate
Whether you are traveling for leisure or for business, it is really important to follow the health protocols. Always be honest in answering your health declaration forms. Do not be the reason for the spread of COVID-19 virus! Let’s be responsible travelers.Karla of Travel with Karla
Remember: Only persons from 15 to 65 years old are allowed to go out of their homes even in MGCQ areas. The rest, as well as those who are immunocompromised and pregnant, must stay at home as a precaution against Covid-19. (IATF Resolutions)
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