Cebu City: *MECQ Update 7/25/2020* RFID bracelets for tourism?

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I give an update about how local tourism is unfolding out in Cebu Province. I also give some small updates about other things going on in the Philippines.

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  1. wow, they even plan to bring back Manila in Ecq? what they are doing exactly teasing people or what? mgcq gcq ecq repeat mgcq gcq ecq and again again again… and how they would exactly think to implement the Rfids? they don’t even have a stable or powerful internet connections, if you are in a province with bad internet you cant even pay your food lol….no comment.

  2. Thats crazy Ive been to Cebu 2 times. To resorts there and Bantayan Island. Were would filipino tourist get money for a bracelet. Why would we come back there to be tracked by a bracelet.
    Tracing yes tracking every dime spent thats rediculous Ill wait for a vaccine. As always great video and information

  3. So if the government tracks tourist then they will know if you have come into contact with someone who has tested positive. This could lead to you being picked up and forced into quarinteen. No thanks.

  4. Hey jeason, the 20.000 us dollar rule, for the permanent visa (pension visa) is not possible for young people…. When you arrived the minimum age to get this visa, you must be over 35 years old and you need 50.000 USD dollar 🤑

  5. Hey Jason, Cebu looks so beautiful. I’m really hoping that I can get back to cebu in January 2021. What’s the price for a condo in cebu business park?

  6. Attention all foreigners who are stranded in Cebu or anywhere in the Philippines. Don’t you know that foreigners are free to leave the country anytime? Yes, the Philippine government has not prevented any foreigner either stranded or living in the country but dislike it, to leave. There are daily flights out to many countries from both NAIA and Mactan airports. In case you don’t know that. It’s quite annoying to hear foreigners living in the Philippines who keep complaining about everything. No one is preventing you to leave. There are Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and other much poorer countries where you get more value for your dollars there or where government is more sensible or where locals are nicer and friendlier to foreigners. It’s time to pack up your bags and live a stress-free life. You only live once so don’t waste your time in the Philippines where no day is a good day.

  7. I would like to go to Bantayan Island for a few months to get out of the city. But to pre-plan everything before i get there? Thats not how traveling in the Philippines works. RFID tracking me 24/7… Nope i will not do it. I think they will order all these chips and spend millions and then no one will go anywhere and even open up to foreigners, no one will come. I want to get out to Vietnam or Myanmar as they have none of this nonsense. Do you know anything about traveling to Bantayan Island or Vietnam – easy to get out of the Philippines?

  8. I’m also confused at to who will be going there to enjoy those tourist spots cos people don’t have money during this time to indulge in those services. And also no foreign tourists are allowed entry.

  9. That’s is good if they open the provinces for tourism 🌴👏… most of my family and friends can’t wait to have our beautiful places in the Philippines open for visitas Islas 🌴⛱

  10. Hey there, the governor there has her head up her you know what!
    1. Locals just wanna work and get their lives back.
    2. Locals don’t have money.
    3. Locals can’t get online and go cashless.
    4. That’s enough…I could go on and on.
    Keep it up sir.
    From the very beginning those in authority have not made a bit of sense. And their choices continue to get more insane. How in the world people like this get in power amazes me!

  11. your thumbnail says about *RFID* for tourists

    care to expound?

    perhaps, gov. garcia wants to prioritize oslob’s whale-watching because some of the whales are NO longer fed well — “artificially”

    hehehe 😅

    i know that whale sharks 🐋 fed on plankton

    i also think, they navigate the ocean by following the “gravitational force” exerted by the moon or the sun, that may led them to where planktons abound

    that’s why here in cebu, they’re being fed “artificially” to attract tourists


    btw, captive tarsiers in bohol may be fed “artificially” or “unnaturally” but at least, they’re being fed with insects, not some “left overs” or “scraps”

  12. Jason, great video… you are one of the few that keeps it real. Other vloggers it’s all about dating, age gap, take your Filipina out of PH etc etc… Too gynocentric if you ask me.!!!
    I was just at Paul M’s channel; it seems HE is also ALL about women. It’s disappointing

    At the end of the day, Paul McGill is just another old boomer who got stuck in the classic drugs of his generation: Oxys and Xanax. He’s recovering from massive failures experienced back in USA, in every single space of his life: finances, marital, children, jobs.

    Like the Phoenix rising from the ashes, Paul is re-booting his existence from MS-DOS to Window95 to Vista and now a low version, low budget copy of Linux.

    He claims happiness and defends his current lifestyle as a simple version of his former self. We just see an expats trying to re-live his sexual glory days by acquiring the services of a poor, uneducated Filipina, victim of PTSD, who sees Paul as her last chance to exit poverty.

    May the Filipino Scamming Gods spare this poor soul and help him see the pathetic reality he has become.

    Oh.. and before I forget, please contribute towards Paul’s Bikini fund. Keep up the good work Jason!!!

  13. Hi Jayson..the governor stating it’s gonna be cashless to book a reservation and such. I find it unlikely. Just more of the same of where you will not be giving the hotel the cash for the reservation but handling this cash still and having to go outside among people to a bank and deposit this cash in the hotels account. The governor should be thinking about the poor Philippine people who use cash and crowd around a Palawan everyday to pay their bills. Also get them rich Ayala mall owners to stop charging for parking with cash. Or better yet stop charging. Lol. Be Safe Jayson.

  14. “Pursuant to Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-MEID) Resolution No. 56, Series of 2020 dated 16 July 2020, the Embassy hereby announces that effective 01 August 2020, foreign nationals in possession of the following long-term visa categories shall be allowed entry into the Philippines:

    Section 13 series of Commonwealth Act No. 613, as amended (13 quota, 13(a), 13(b), 13(c), 13(d), 13(e), and 13(g) visas)
    RA 7919 visas (legal residence status granted to foreign nationals through a Social Integration Program in the Philippines under certain conditions as provided under Republic Act No. 7919)
    EO 324 visa (foreign nationals who have acquired permanent residency under Executive Order No. 324)
    Native-born visa (foreign nationals born in the Philippines whose parents, either or both, are lawful permanent residents)
    The Embassy emphasizes that, to be allowed entry into the Philippines, foreign nationals must already have valid and existing visas in the above categories. The Embassy will not be accepting and processing applications for such visas.

    The Embassy further emphasizes that the entry of foreign tourists, non-immigrant visa holders, and other categories of aliens is still prohibited, except for the following as previously announced:

    Accredited Foreign Government and International Organization officials and their dependents;
    Foreign spouses and children of Filipino nationals; and
    Foreign airline crew and seafarers
    Kindly refer to the Memorandum on the above from the Bureau of Immigration dated 20 July 2020 below for reference.”

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