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This page will be sharing only official news and information about Philippine Embassy projects, programs, and events as well as relevant political and economic developments in the Philippines and Thailand. Through this page, the Embassy will also be providing the Filipino community with the latest information concerning passports, legalization of documents, and other consular matters. The Embassy will also be sharing information about any policy changes in Thailand affecting foreign migrant workers. In creating this Facebook fan page, the Embassy hopes to reach as many members of the Filipino community in Thailand as possible. Members of the community who visit this fan page are encouraged to add it as a "friend" to their personal Facebook accounts, and to share their views, comments, and suggestions towards helping the Embassy further improve the delivery of its services.

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Ref: Advisory-BKKPE-5-2021
09/01/2021

Ref: Advisory-BKKPE-5-2021

#DFAAdvisory: Further Updates for Those Intending to Travel to the Philippines: Inclusion of Austria among Countries Subject to Travel Restrictions: https://bit.ly/3pX8WGE

PASAY CITY 08 January 2021 — Further to the advisories [1] issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) based on Memoranda from the Executive Secretary [2] on the regulation of entry for travelers from or transiting through areas [3] that have reported incidence of the new COVID-19 variant, the public is informed of additional measures pertaining to the inclusion of Austria among countries subject to travel restrictions effective 0001H, 10 January 2021 Manila time until 15 January 2021, as directed by Malacañang Palace Memorandum issued on 08 January 2021, which may be accessed here: https://bit.ly/35iT6hO.

As such, the DFA reiterates its earlier advisories regarding the travel restriction:

- All overseas Filipinos are reminded of the limited quarantine facilities in place and are thus strongly urged to reconsider travel plans to the Philippines for the duration of the travel restrictions, which is set to end on 15 January 2021;

- Those entering the Philippines from the affected countries and jurisdiction are also reminded that they will be required to undergo and complete a strict mandatory 14-day quarantine at a DOH-approved facility, regardless of negative RT-PCR result.

- For the period of the restrictions, foreign nationals who have directly come from or who have entered the concerned countries and jurisdiction within the last 14 days from date of arrival in the Philippines will temporarily be restricted from entering the Philippines. This applies notwithstanding previous visa status, past IATF approval of exemptions and relation to Filipino citizens.

- For transits through airports in concerned countries/jurisdiction, please be guided by more specific regulations here: https://bit.ly/3hNbd4m.

- For rules on unaccompanied minor children, please be guided by more specific regulations here: https://bit.ly/38qMr7d.

The DFA once again calls for all travelers to the country to carefully reconsider their travel plans, including postponing their trips until after the end of the travel restrictions to avoid personal inconvenience and possible additional expenses as well as help prevent the incidence of the new COVID-19 variant in the country.

As always, the DFA reminds travelers to always check ahead of travel dates with their airlines before departure or before booking a ticket as information published could change at any time. END
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[1] DFA advisories dated 31 December 2020, 01 January 2021, 06 January 2021 respectively: https://bit.ly/2Xcp2zY https://bit.ly/38jj2Mb, and https://bit.ly/2LtfBJU.

[2] Memoranda from the Executive Secretary dated 29 December 2020, 31 December 2020, 05 January 2021, respectively: https://bit.ly/3hJV1B6, https://bit.ly/3hNbd4m, and https://bit.ly/38qMr7d.

[3] As of 08 January 2021, these are: the United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Japan, Australia, Israel, The Netherlands, Hong Kong, SAR, Switzerland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Lebanon, Singapore, Sweden, South Korea, South Africa, Canada, Spain, United States, Portugal, India, Finland, Norway, Jordan, Brazil, Austria

COVID19 Control Measures in 5 Areas #MaskHugasIwas
07/01/2021

COVID19 Control Measures in 5 Areas #MaskHugasIwas

Summary of COVID-19 control measures at 5 maximum controlled areas: Samut Sakhon, Rayong, Chanthaburi, Chon Buri, and Trat provinces.

Ref: Advisory-BKKPE-4-2021
07/01/2021

Ref: Advisory-BKKPE-4-2021

#DFAAdvisory: Further Updates for Those Intending to Travel to the Philippines: Inclusion of Portugal, India, Finland, Norway, Jordan, and Brazil among Countries Subject to Travel Restrictions and Rules on incoming unaccompanied minor Filipino passengers: https://bit.ly/3nodAvE

PASAY CITY 06 January 2021 — Further to the advisories [1] issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) based on Memoranda from the Executive Secretary [2] on the regulation of entry for travelers from or transiting through areas [3] that have reported incidence of the new COVID-19 variant, the public is informed of additional measures pertaining to the inclusion of Portugal, India, Finland, Norway, Jordan, and Brazil among countries subject to travel restrictions effective 0001H, 08 January 2021 Manila time until 15 January 2021, and the rules on incoming unaccompanied minor Filipino passengers, as directed by Malacañang Palace Memorandum issued on 05 January 2021, which may be accessed here: https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/downloads/2020/12dec/20210105-Memorandum-from-the-Executive-Secretary.pdf.

As such, the DFA reiterates its earlier advisory regarding the travel restriction:

- All overseas Filipinos are reminded of the limited quarantine facilities in place and are thus strongly urged to reconsider travel plans to the Philippines for the duration of the travel restrictions, which is set to end on 15 January 2021;

- Those entering the Philippines from the affected countries and jurisdiction are also reminded that they will be required to undergo and complete a strict mandatory 14-day quarantine at a DOH-approved facility, regardless of negative RT-PCR result.

- For the period of the restrictions, foreign nationals who have directly come from or who have entered the concerned countries and jurisdiction within the last 14 days from date of arrival in the Philippines will temporarily be restricted from entering the Philippines. This applies notwithstanding previous visa status, past IATF approval of exemptions and relation to Filipino citizens.

- For transits through airports in concerned countries/jurisdiction, please be guided by more specific regulations here: https://bit.ly/3hNbd4m.

- Effective 0001H 08 January 2021, all unaccompanied minor Filipino citizens coming from countries/jurisdiction where travel restrictions are in place shall not be allowed entry until 15 January 2021, except if such minors are returning through the repatriation program. All unaccompanied minor Filipino citizens who are not part of the repatriation program arriving prior to 0001H 08 January 2021 shall be turned over to an authorized DSWD officer who can similarly ensure the minors’ safety and observance of quarantine protocols.

Further details may be found on: https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/downloads/2020/12dec/20210105-Memorandum-from-the-Executive-Secretary.pdf.

The DFA once again calls for all travelers to the country to carefully reconsider their travel plans, including postponing their trips until after the end of the travel restrictions to avoid personal inconvenience and possible additional expenses as well as help prevent the incidence of the new COVID-19 variant in the country.

As always, the DFA reminds travelers to always check ahead of travel dates with their airlines before departure or before booking a ticket as information published could change at any time. END

[1] DFA advisories dated 31 December 2020 and 01 January 2021, respectively: https://bit.ly/2Xcp2zY and https://bit.ly/38jj2Mb.

[2] Memoranda from the Executive Secretary dated 29 December and 31 December 2020, respectively: https://bit.ly/3hJV1B6 and https://bit.ly/3hNbd4m.

[3] As of 06 January 2021, these are: the United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Japan, Australia, Israel, The Netherlands, Hong Kong, SAR, Switzerland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Lebanon, Singapore, Sweden, South Korea, South Africa, Canada, Spain, United States, Portugal, India, Finland, Norway, Jordan and Brazil

ADVISORY: ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONSULAR SERVICES#MaskHugasIwas
05/01/2021

ADVISORY: ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONSULAR SERVICES

#MaskHugasIwas

ADVISORY: NEW COVID-19 MEASURES IN THAILANDIbinabahagi po ng Pasuguan ng Pilipinas itong buod ng COVID-19 measures ng Th...
04/01/2021

ADVISORY: NEW COVID-19 MEASURES IN THAILAND

Ibinabahagi po ng Pasuguan ng Pilipinas itong buod ng COVID-19 measures ng Thailand na naging epektibo ngayong araw.

Isang ligtas at mapag-ingat pong unang araw ng trabaho ng 2021.

#MaskHugasIwas

Ref. Advisory-BKKPE-2-2021

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha has issued the Regulation No. 16, with eight measures, in an effort to remedy the emergency situation because of the resurgence of COVID-19.

The regulation issued and published in the Royal Gazette on 3 January 2021 came into effect from 06.00 hr on 4 January 2021 onwards.

It stated that the new wave of COVID-19 infections has spread widely in many areas and that the number of COVID-19 cases in the country is increasing. The Government deems it necessary to issue the regulation and enforce various measures to remedy this emergency situation, as follows:

1. The use of buildings and premises of schools and all other educational institutions, situated in the maximum control zones, for teaching or any activities with many participants is prohibited, except for teaching and learning electronically or through long-distance communication and for activities of public interest, with the permission of the Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors.

2. The organizing of activities at risk of spreading the disease in the maximum control zones is forbidden, except the activities carried out by the authorities or those allowed by them.

3. The Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors are empowered to order the closure of entertainment places, pubs, bars, and karaoke venues, located in the maximum control zones.

4. The following activities in the maximum control zones can be carried out under conditions: 1) The sales of food or beverages; the use of these services must be rearranged in accordance with measures set by the Government, 2) The sales of liquor in food shops or other shops; consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages in these shops is prohibited, and 3) Department stores, shopping centers, community malls, trade exhibition centers, convention centers, exhibition halls, convenience shops, supermarkets, or similar places can be opened as usual, with strict measures against the disease.

5. The Bangkok Governor or Provincial Governors may order the closure of venues, limit activities, or prohibit the carrying out of certain activities at risk of spreading COVID-19 in their respective areas.

6. Officials have been instructed to screen inter-provincial travel, especially the travel from the maximum control zones, depending on the suitability of each area. The public is requested to suspend their inter-provincial travel; in case of necessity, they must give an explanation and show evidence to the authorities.

7. Entrepreneurs have been asked to give cooperation by considering the form of their operations for the time being, such as working outside their workplaces and introducing staggered shifts or hours, in order to reduce the large numbers of operators and people travelling for work. This measure will help reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections.

8. A special committee has been told to consider relaxing measures to prevent and contain the spread of COVID-19 infections, screen these measures, and submit its proposal to the Prime Minister for approval. It may also propose additional activities as appropriate for the situation.

Further Updates for Those Intending to Travel to the Philippines: Inclusion of the United States among Countries Subject...
04/01/2021

Further Updates for Those Intending to Travel to the Philippines: Inclusion of the United States among Countries Subject to Travel Restrictions and Information for Passengers Transiting Concerned Areas. More on this advisory on: bit.ly/3b1NzA2

Ref. Advisory- BKKPE-1-2021

The Philippine Embassy in Thailand wishes to share with you the winning performances of the Sentro Rizal QuaranTinig: Pa...
03/01/2021
SR QuaranTinig: Patimpalak sa Pag-awit

The Philippine Embassy in Thailand wishes to share with you the winning performances of the Sentro Rizal QuaranTinig: Patimpalak sa Pag-Awit held from July to August 2020 in celebration of Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino and Buwan ng Wika.
The performances of "Magsimula Ka" by Mr. Gregorio Nolito, "Bulag, Pipi, at Bingi" by Music Mix, and "Lipad ng Pangarap" by Ms. Jyle Sedillo shall be available for viewing until 18 January 2021 on the Sentro Rizal Youtube Channel.

Link to playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsKcBI-9dvjqZFC8qv1dLtz28fEnynM6y

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01/01/2021

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New Year Greetings fromH.E. Millicent Cruz-Paredes, Ambassador of the Philippines to ThailandWe are leaving behind a yea...
01/01/2021

New Year Greetings from
H.E. Millicent Cruz-Paredes, Ambassador of the Philippines to Thailand

We are leaving behind a year that was, perhaps, the most challenging in our lifetime, with lasting changes to our way of life as we know it. This week of Christmas and New Year celebrations is not the usual "most wonderful time of the year" that we are accustomed to. Normally, this is that time of the year when we are physically reunited with our families and friends to renew ties and celebrate togetherness in a season full of love and thanksgiving.

The year 2020, however, is nothing but normal and will be remembered by each of us in more ways than one. The year saw so many loss of jobs, property, and sadly even lives.

Yet it also offered the opportunity for us to stop, reflect, and rally behind each other. Even, and especially during this low moment in our lives, we have witnessed God's providence through the many acts of compassion, benevolence and generosity, particularly among the members of the Filipino community here in Thailand, which truly reflect our sense of humanity and affirm our values as a nation.

The year 2021 offers a new hope, a new beginning. I encourage you to yearn and persevere for a better tomorrow. Let us remain united and continue to draw strength and inspiration from each other, because amid all these challenges, there are kindness to be shared and blessings to be had.

Hangad ko ang isang masagana at malusog na bagong taon para sa ating lahat! END

PUBLIC ADVISORY: FOR FILIPINOS INTENDING TO TRAVEL TO THE PHILIPPINESRef. Advisory-BKKPE-16-2020
31/12/2020

PUBLIC ADVISORY: FOR FILIPINOS INTENDING TO TRAVEL TO THE PHILIPPINES

Ref. Advisory-BKKPE-16-2020

30/12/2020
thailand.prd.go.th

A D V I S O R Y

Ang Pasuguan ng Pilipinas ay muling nagpapaalala sa lahat ng mga Filipino sa Thailand na maging maingat at sumunod sa mga alituntuning pangkalusugan ng pamahalaan ng Thailand.

Hinihikayat ang lahat na palaging subaybayan ang mga impormasyon at mga payo na ipinapaskil sa mga sumusunod na mga online channels ng Thai Public Relations Department:

https://thailand.prd.go.th/
https://twitter.com/prdthailand?lang=en
https://www.facebook.com/thailandprd

Sa gitna ng hinaharap nating pagsubok dulot ng pandemyang COVID-19, nais naming batiin kayo ng isang Masaganang Bagong Taon! Nawa'y maging ligtas tayong lahat at mabilis na makabalik sa ating nakasanayang pamumuhay.

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https://thailand.prd.go.th/
thailand.prd.go.th

Ref. Advisory-BKKPE-015-2020

30/12/2020
bangkokpe.dfa.gov.ph

PHILIPPINE EMBASSY IN BANGKOK
COMMEMORATES 124th DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF DR. JOSE RIZAL

The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok commemorated the 124th Anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal, with a wreath laying ceremony, short talk and film screening of the documentary film, “JOSÉ RIZAL: Sa Landas ng Paglaya”, which was commissioned by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) as part of its Heroes Series, and is available to the public on YouTube.

Please refer to the following links for the:
Message of H.E. Ambassador Millicent Cruz-Paredes to the Filipino Community in Thailand on the Occasion of the Commemoration of the 124th Anniversary of the Death of Dr. Jose Rizal, 30 December, Bangkok, PDF Link : shorturl.at/hoJPY

Pondering Rizal and Rizal Day by Col. Dean Mark F. Mamaril, Philippine Defense and Armed Forces Attaché, PDF Link : shorturl.at/loFY4

Documentary film, “JOSÉ RIZAL: Sa Landas ng Paglaya”, https://youtu.be/KX4_mB4mplY

PHILIPPINE EMBASSY IN BANGKOK COMMEMORATES 124th DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF DR. JOSE RIZALThe Philippine Embassy in Bangkok co...
30/12/2020
JOSÉ RIZAL: Sa Landas ng Paglaya

PHILIPPINE EMBASSY IN BANGKOK
COMMEMORATES 124th DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF DR. JOSE RIZAL

The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok commemorated the 124th Anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal, with a wreath laying ceremony, short talk and film screening of the documentary film, “JOSÉ RIZAL: Sa Landas ng Paglaya”, which was commissioned by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) as part of its Heroes Series, and is available to the public on YouTube.

Please refer to the following links for the:
Message of H.E. Ambassador Millicent Cruz-Paredes to the Filipino Community in Thailand on the Occasion of the Commemoration of the 124th Anniversary of the Death of Dr. Jose Rizal, 30 December, Bangkok, PDF Link : shorturl.at/hoJPY

Pondering Rizal and Rizal Day by Col. Dean Mark F. Mamaril, Philippine Defense and Armed Forces Attaché, PDF Link : shorturl.at/loFY4

Documentary film, “JOSÉ RIZAL: Sa Landas ng Paglaya”, https://youtu.be/KX4_mB4mplY

Presidential Communications (Government of the Philippines)
30/12/2020

Presidential Communications (Government of the Philippines)

READ: President Rodrigo Roa Duterte's message on Rizal Day.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: JANUARY 2021 SCHEDULE OF CONSULAR SERVICES (HOLIDAY)
29/12/2020

ANNOUNCEMENT: JANUARY 2021 SCHEDULE OF CONSULAR SERVICES (HOLIDAY)

25/12/2020
Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of the Philippines

Last 19 December 2020, participants from all over the world were able to have a virtual tour of Pampanga in the Philippines and experienced how to make their own parol in time for Christmas. Watch this video for more of what happened at the first #FiestaFilipinas featuring the Giant Lantern Festival of San Fernando, Pampanga!
Missed out on the fun? Make sure to join the next #FiestaFilipinas featuring the festivals of Sinulog, Ati-Atihan, and Dinagyang on 30 January 2021!
Watch the pages of the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General in your location for official announcements on how to join!
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The “Fiesta Filipinas: An Online Celebration of Philippine Festivals” project is a six-part, multi-format online event series from December 2020 until May 2021, which will simulate the experience of a festival through a combination of live and pre-recorded videos and live workshops and activities. The project aims to introduce and showcase Philippine festivals, culture, and traditions to our global audience and invite them to the country when conditions are more favorable.
The project is organized by the Philippines’ Department of Foreign Affairs and its 94 Foreign Service Posts, in cooperation with the Department of Tourism and National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
#FiestaFilipinas
#CulturalDiplomacy

Last 19 December 2020, participants from all over the world were able to have a virtual tour of Pampanga in the Philippines and experienced how to make their own parol in time for Christmas. Watch this video for more of what happened at the first #FiestaFilipinas featuring the Giant Lantern Festival of San Fernando, Pampanga!

Missed out on the fun? Make sure to join the next #FiestaFilipinas featuring the festivals of Sinulog, Ati-Atihan, and Dinagyang on 30 January 2021!

Watch the pages of the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General in your location for official announcements on how to join!

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The “Fiesta Filipinas: An Online Celebration of Philippine Festivals” project is a six-part, multi-format online event series from December 2020 until May 2021, which will simulate the experience of a festival through a combination of live and pre-recorded videos and live workshops and activities. The project aims to introduce and showcase Philippine festivals, culture, and traditions to our global audience and invite them to the country when conditions are more favorable.

The project is organized by the Philippines’ Department of Foreign Affairs and its 94 Foreign Service Posts, in cooperation with the Department of Tourism and National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

#FiestaFilipinas
#CulturalDiplomacy

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