Baybay City replaces QR Code with vaccination card for entry requirement

The Baybay LGU now requires vaccination cards or vaccination certificates for individuals entering establishments in the City under Executive Order No. 126, which takes effect on December 1, 2021. Photo: VaxcertPH portal

TACLOBAN  — Through Executive Order No. 126, or "An Executive Order Amending the measures and Protocols Against COVID-19 in Baybay City" which takes effect on December 1, 2021, the Baybay LGU now requires vaccination cards or vaccination certificates for individuals who will enter establishments in the City.

The Baybay City Pass or BC Pass, also known as the Quick Response Code (QR Code) system, will no longer be required for entry into any establishment in the city.

The presentation of a Vaccination Card or Vaccination Certificate issued by any government institution or accredited vaccination center is required for entry into any establishment within the city's territorial jurisdiction.

According to Baybay LGU, the aforementioned measures are based on National IATF-MEID Resolution #148-B, which mandates the requirement of a VACCINATION CARD for entry into public and private establishments, offices, buildings, public markets, and local or national government offices.

Pinasikad sa National IATF-MEID Resolution #148-B, gi-require na ang VACCINATION CARD aron makasulod sa mga public and...

Posted by Baybay City Updates on Saturday, December 4, 2021

Along with the vaccination card, a person must present a VALID ID to demonstrate that he or she actually owns the vaccination card. This is because someone has already been caught attempting to enter one of the city's malls using another person's vaccination card.

Meanwhile, checkpoints in strategic areas of the City of Baybay shall be established and maintained not only for the purpose of conducting random inspections of incoming vehicles and personnel for compliance with COVID-19 protocols and measures but also for the purpose of preventing the spread of African Swine Fever in the city.

Except for some exceptions, all persons and vehicles entering the city's territorial jurisdiction shall have unrestricted and unhindered access, entry, and exit.

Nonetheless, the City IATF­MEID has the discretion to prohibit the entry of individuals or entities into the city if such entry would jeopardize the LGU's objectives of preventing or containing the spread of COVID-19. —Tacloban News Update

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