One Health Pass is an online platform that aims to promote the convenient and seamless movement of international travelers from departure from the country of origin to arrival at the LGU of destination.
Considered to be one of the oldest government agencies, Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ) is the health authority and a line bureau of the Department of Health (DOH). BOQ is mandated to ensure security against the introduction and spread of infectious diseases, emerging diseases and public health emergencies of international concern (PHEIC).
Starting 01 September 2021, all incoming travelers to the Philippines are advised to use the One Health Pass registration system as mandated by IATF Resolution No. 135 dated 26 August 2021.
No. OHP is an information system that is mobile responsive, and a web based online platform. To use the OHP, all you need to is a smartphone or tablet or laptop or personal computer. You can open the OHP using a mobile or computer internet browser.
Yes. You may register ahead of time so that OSS can already be informed of your arrival. But you may only register with the One Registration Platform of OSS. The eHDC of BOQ must only be registered/submitted the day before or on the day of your flight.
It stands for "electronic Health Declaration Card". This is the same paper yellow form which all arriving travellers in the Philippines are required to fill out and submit to BOQ upon arrival. Instead of paper, you must submit this electronically and you will be issued with an OHP personal QR code. You will need this QR code before being allowed to board your flight. Upon arrival in the Philippines, you must present this QR code for verification of your submission and the data submitted.
The eHDC of BOQ must only be registered/submitted the day before or on the day of your flight.
Upon your registration with the One Registration Platform of OSS-TGMROF, you will receive a display message and an email containing your transaction number. You will need this transaction number upon registration/submission of eHDC. Upon successfully registration/submission of eHDC, you will receive your OHP personal QR code in a display message and in your email which is required for the whole process of your quarantine and testing requirement imposed for all arriving international travelers in the Philippines due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
It is a QR Code issued to you after you successfully submitted your eHDC.
You will only get your OHP personal QR code after successfully submitting your eHDC. You will get a message display upon successfully submitting your eHDC. You may take a screen shot or print this to ensure you have a copy of this QR code.
No. If you have indicated a valid and active email address during your registration, you will also receive the same OHP personal QR code in your email account after few minutes. You can open or print this email for presentation at the airport and upon arrival in the Philippines.
Try to check the spam folder of your email. Since this is the first time you received an email from the OHP email address, your email may have tagged it as a spam email. Also check if what email you registered. If you made a mistake in the spelling of your email address and was not able to take a screen shot of the display message right after submission of your eHDC, then you may have to register again and be sure to encode a valid and active email address.
Yes. You can submit your eHDC a day before or on the day of your flight and print this for presentation at the airport and upon arrival in the Philippines. You may as well take a screenshot and save your OHP personal QR code in your smartphone for presentation at the airport and upon arrival in the Philippines.
Yes. For as long as your data have not been verified by OSS-TGMROF yet, you can still edit your personal data through your “My Profile” access. Upon your arrival, and when your data has been verified by BOQ, you will not be able to edit your data anymore. If you need some changes, you may contact the OSS Monitoring and Action Center (OSS MAC) for your request. However, it may take some time as proper validation of your request must be met. Therefore, we strongly advise the you indicate your correct information during registration and before your travel, including the LGU home address of destination since this will be used for the issuance of your Quarantine Certificate.
Upon arrival: 1st, During BOQ eHDC verification; 2nd, at the respective help desks of OSS during the verification and assignment of your hotel; 3rd, with PCG for the final verification of your arrival; when you check-in and check-out of the quarantine hotel.
You should use a QR code with eHDC submitted a day before or on the day of your travel. You must present the same QR code throughout the process of OSS-TGMROF. Presenting different QR code during the process may cause delay or inconvenience for you.
No. Your personal OHP personal QR code is issued per transaction in the system and new submission is required for each travel. For Airline Crew, the QR code will expire after 24hrs from arrival. For Passengers, the QR code will expire after 16 days from arrival.
By opening your profile (“My Profile” in the OHP website), you will be able to view some of your information including your designated day of swab.
Yes. By using “Track Swab Test” portal in the OHP website.
You will get your Unified BOQ certificate when you are found NEGATIVE from COVID-19 infection and when your result has been published by BOQ. The BOQ and OSS releases your result along with your BOQ unified certificate the night before the end date of mandatory facility-based quarantine. Evening of the 9th day for those scheduled for 10 days facility-based quarantine and on the evening of 7th day for those scheduled for 8 days facility-based quarantine.
When your RTPCR test result is NEGATIVE, your Unified BOQ Quarantine Certificate is autogenerated in the OHP. You will be able to download and print this certificate through the “Track Swab Test” portal in the OHP website.