New Border Guidelines for LISTT to Be Issued, Here are Some Details
The entry protocols for La Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba and Tublay (LISTT) are to be revised by City Government. According to Lawyer Althea Alberto, executive asst. IV, Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong will issue an executive order containing the new border guidelines.
While as of 9:30 AM today (Thursday), March 4, 2021, the Public Information Office of the City of Baguio has not yet posted the said executive order, the information office has already made mention that the new guidelines will do away with the health certificate/clearance requirement and that it will take effect on Friday, March 5, 2021.
“The measures scheduled to take effect on March 5, 2021 will do away with the health certificate/clearance requirement. Instead, LISTT residents will just be asked to present health declaration forms that can be accomplished either manually or electronically (online).”
– Public Information Office of the City of Baguio
It was also revealed that online registration may be done at https://hdf.baguio.gov.ph A portal was created exclusively for the residents of LISTT wherein registrants can get their Quick Response (QR) codes.
- The QR code will be valid for 15 days upon issuance
- It may be renewed upon expiration
- It can be printed and presented at the checkpoints
Physical Copies of BLISTT HDF
- Residents may opt to submit physical copies of the BLISTT health declaration forms every time they cross borders
- However, online registration is highly encouraged as it is safer
- Online registration is more efficient
- It has longer validity than submission of physical copies
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Source: Public Information Office – City of Baguio, PIO – Benguet EOC