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  2. “Persons between 5 years old and 70 years old”? That means children 5 or older, teenagers, young adults, adults of middle age and seniors up to 70 years of age may “gradually… go out of their houses.” Wow, some change! How gracious of the leaders. What about young children less than 5 years old and seniors older than 70 years? No change for them? They’re still in “lockdown” as they’ve been all along? This is nonsensical. My wife has been sending several balikbayan boxes a month now for a year (living room’s a warehouse — ugh!), ever since she returned from the Philippines in early March 2020 (just days before the lockdowns went into effect — lucky us!). Everyone’s been asking for canned food, rice, flour and other non-perishable food items. They’re hungry! This is news? Duh! I’m sure Duterte hasn’t been subsisting on infrequent deliveries of canned sardines and warehouse rice from the local barangay. Shall we ask his chef? And what has this guy Chua been dining on, canned Spam and Vienna Sausage? I would bet not. “Hunger incidence,” “income loss,” reestablish inter-island travel? Brilliant, Sherlock!

  3. lockdown masks, etc has all been BS. It scares me to see the Philippines following the government just because they are government.Cleaning common surfaces,washing hands with soap and water and simply being healthy has made the biggest difference.Save the jeepney.

  4. A “Heads Up”, PhillyinPhilippines, Brian has resorted to name calling…he says many vloggers are offering false hopes, & now he’s attacking any/all vloggers who depict sexy Filipina’s as “Beater Boys”, which I assume to mean: “Wankers”. Sad. Maybe he’s worried about making the payments on his new Van. He wants to Hog all the vlog business. Who knows!?

  5. Should be interesting. In many countries many people have been demanding everything open. These people seem to be under the illusion that somehow a government lifting bans will make everything go back to normal. Sweden kept everything open through this whole thing and their economy shrank almost as much as their neighbors. Factor in the cost of dealing with lots of sickness and we get closer to a wash. The problem isn’t the lockdowns, it’s the virus. People generally don’t like getting sick or dying. So they tend to reduce risk “do I really have to go out for ice cream?”

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  7. I doubt they’ll open up island to island travel; when we currently can’t travel the whole of the island we live on. Time will tell though.

  8. There seems to be a great deal of uncertainty about how effective these vaccines are going to be in reducing the number of new covid cases. If all they do is help mitigate the severity of the symptoms without significantly increasing immunity, we could be looking at longer travel restrictions worldwide. However, as you say, there is a practical limit to how long the economies of various countries can be kept shut down, regardless of the consequences.

  9. I hope that whenever they decide to open the borders, they don’t try to restart the economy on the foreigners money, I don’t want to pay for the Philippines economic problems.

  10. At this point I have lost all faith, I tried to reunite with my filipina gf a month ago in dubai but they didn’t let her out of the country… even though we met and prepared all requirements. Dubai was safe , i just took a test before arrival. How hard is this to allow visitors who tested negative?

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  12. This definitely is good news for those already in the Philippines and those going there on long term visas but I don’t see the short term tourists coming back for awhile still. Way too many restrictions even in their own countries (quarantines,etc). But still this is good news because it is moving in the right direction. Is the inter- island travel just restricted in a few islands? I saw some foreigners have traveled from Manila to Borocay.

  13. Small baby steps to be sure, but positive steps regardless. I have to believe that somebody in the government there, sees the positives that international tourism could bring. For me alone it would be 3 or 4 AirBNB’s, one or two meals for two at a restaurant each day, boat rental, car rental, trike rides etc…and that’s just me in a 3 week vacation. It may not be worth $1K a day, but close to $1K a week. Add the other 100,000 people that want to come over to visit their girlfriends, go diving, or just chill on the beach. And pretty soon you are talking real money being pumped into the Philippines economy.
    Thanks for posting Reekay…I’m still holding off on rescheduling my flight over on March 22nd, in the hopes that more good news will come in early March regarding tourist visa’s. I have my fingers crossed, my legs crossed, and my eyes crossed, that they may open to vaccinated tourists in May or June…But I’m not holding my breath.

  14. No country knew what it was doing for a response to a pandemic.
    No country had a plan to reopen after a pandemic.
    Experts like the WHO, the CDC, or Fauci are all incompetent with regards to this pandemic.
    But, if there ever is a real pandemic, at least there are some lessons learned from this fiasco.

  15. This is pretty much a solid analysis. COVID-19 is with us for life so there is no way they can throttle their economy based on infection rates for much longer. Economics is now at the table and it is having a bigger and bigger say on when the Philippines should reopen to everyone. My prediction is 1st quarter 2022. I saw a video on YouTube showing a poor Filipino family eating a rat to survive. Eating rats to survive will be the new metric for when things need to open up and not the infection rate.

  16. Thank you for the latest news. I’m subscribed and look forward to the advise/news you give. I’m looking to visit the Philippines for the 1st time when I’m allowed. Please keep giving as much news/advise as possible to people like me. Thanks

  17. I have given up on international travel until mid 2022. No one knows anything yet about when travel to the PI will be allowed. It’s all speculation now

  18. Love the concept of bike lanes. It has been a game changer here in NYC. That along with bike sharing has allowed more people to find other means of transportation to and from work. I hope they can implement that throughout Phil.

  19. CDC said only 6% of fatality are actually from Covid. The other deaths were a combination of other issues that the patient already had. In Michigan one person died of a gun shot and they said it was because of Covid. Other death was a car crash and was dead on arrival. Doctor reported that it was Covid related and the family sued the hospital to have that removed from the death certificate. The doctor said they took the test at the hospital after he passed away but the result showed negative. It’s more money if you report it as a Covid death.

  20. Won’t be a country much longer if they don’t get a grip on reality, plus if the us economy crashes and it probably will with Beijing Joey in control the exchange rate will plummet and expats are going to be paying a whole lot more.

  21. I have been hoping to come to the Philippines in January 2022. I have also heard that the government’s goal is to have half the population vaccinated by the end of 2021. The Philippines might be open in 2022, but I’m starting to think it won’t be in January 2022. Maybe I’ll start thinking 2023.

  22. I believe they are aiming loosen up the restrictions further to allow for regular start of school year which is June. Students need to get back to school which would allow some parents to get back to work as well. In case anyone is wondering why the change in tone, there was a major religious event called Feast of the Black Nazarene that was feared to be a super spreader event. However, no rise in cases was reported. I am optimistic that things will return to close to normal this year in PH. Take care.

  23. Might have a little bad news don’t know for sure they’re finding a different strain of the virus here in the USA more contagious and more deadly Colorado Wisconsin and Florida so far

  24. With the vaccine not stopping the spread it will be a long time before they open up here. They have proven the vaccine may lessen your level of sickness but you can still spread the virus that is why they are recommending to still wearing the mask and social distancing. I bet the qurintaiins continue for arriving people at least the rest of this year.. and tourism will not come back if you have to qurintaiin most of trip..and take multiple PCR test..just to get around the islands.

  25. So no end in sight for martial law, which is what it is. Oh, but expats up to 70 MIGHT be able to leave their homes after a year! Woohoo! (Then again, they probably have all killed themselves by now anyway.)

  26. Good to hear Henry hoping the lockdown here in UK soon gradually relaxed. vaccines are well on the way here 15 million had there first dose already I should get mine in March the death here is awful around 115k have died already we lost a young 34 yr old co worker to the virus

  27. We have seen the EXECUTION during the whole COVID process…May…to September…worst case December,,,weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh ngeeeeeeeeeeeeeek! You are a month away from 2 0 2 2! Election May 2022. The people need leverage…NOTHING PUSHING A 90% President. ANNNNNNNNND…I say ANDDDDDDD…what happens if the 90% party gets KAMALA? iyak Tayo ha!

  28. thank you for the great update… regarding the current practical info on the Philippines… My prayer is that they can quickly recover through out the Island chain economically and its general prosperity….

  29. IF…I say IF…we believe the approval survey…President’s approval rating is 90 percent…not sure there is much pressure to do anything he does not feel like doing. Filipinos are highly skilled at “going to the mattresses” and surviving on and on… Foreigners help lift a good portion of the population….but are they necessary….MEEEEEEEH.

  30. I agree . The government should promote good healthy diet . Lots of vegetables and fruits to boost up immune system. The healthier a you are , the more resilient you are in fighting the virus .

  31. Please put Davao City back on MGCQ, You saw the pictures I took of City Gate Mall here, it looks like a ghost town. They even had to close the coffee shop that we go to. The owner told me she didn’t make enough to pay one employee. I would say between 70-75% of the stores are closed.

  32. vaccines has lead to the opening of israel… south korea is starting mass vax on feb 26 so we will see if it has the same effect…the vax could be the answer to phils opening.

  33. That sounds like good news to me. Open up slowly, but start opening the gates. I will take this as a positive. Even with this move, I am still believing it will me new year 2022.

  34. The cars arn’t useally doing all the weaving and screwing up traffic, it is useally the motorbikes, trikes and bicycles. Up north where I live anyway. I wish people would quit already with this vaccine lie, something that modifys your MRNA is NOT a vaccine. It is genetic modification.

  35. None of this makes sense, foreigners who are SRRV and other visa types are permitted to enter the country along with Filipino nationals and their foreign spouses. Its become an excercise of controlling the populace versus reducing the spread of covid 19. Either keep everyone out of the country until the virus is under control or allow anyone who wants to visit provided they meet the entry requirements. More people have suffered under government control than the virus itself. What is the percentage of fatalities directly linked to the virus? Low single digit? More people die on motorbike accidents in a month than all of the covid fatalities in a year!

  36. Smells like we may be going from unpredictable lockdowns of many months to totally opening the floodgates. But then again by March 1st it may all be totally different once again.

  37. Even if that happened
    Unfortunately LGU’S can make their own rule changes…. SO do not be surprised that anything remains different from barangay to barangay..
    Daily I see kids and adults not bothering with rules about masks.. Shields… And social distancing…
    Opening up does not mean people have jobs waiting for them… Or that businesses have money to reopen

    I hope Panic does not come back but this is the PHILLIPINES and people are worried… Heaven help us

  38. On another subject. Please allow me to give JRC in Cebu and Dumaguete a big thank you. They filled my 13A In Cebu on Jan 12 == I was approved in Manilla on Feb 11. = super fast!! One month. .You can have confidence in them!!!

  39. 1. Nobody needs vaxxin..
    2. Vaxin causes problems all over the world!!
    3. There is no pandenic…its a plan-demic !!
    4. Look Up the Great reset
    5. This whole thing was created to create poverty, depopulation, economical downfall all over the world exept China…

    This shit was made by the dems, deep state, China , IMF, WHO..
    All corrupt !!!

    Is there not any alternative media in the philippines that can blow hoax Wide open ??!!!
    The MSM is brainwashing everybody…even in the philippines i Guess..

    I would have guessed that Henry as an American , could enlighten the filipino people…or ?

    The storm is upon US
    The is yet to come

  40. So the top politicians received the bribe from the WHO at the expense of the citizens, and now realize the shutdowns have killed far more than this cold virus going around.

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