MANILA, Philippines—Cebu Pacific Air said it will end carrying foreigners coming from nations around the world provided in an expanded travel ban amid the look of a new coronavirus variant.
Cebu Pacific added it will allow for only Filipino citizens on its flights from Hong Kong, Nagoya (Japan), Singapore and Seoul (South Korea).
“CEB will not settle for foreign nationals who originated from, transited by means of, or frequented within just 14 days prior to arrival in the Philippines, any of the 20 nations around the world specified in the IATF resolution,” Cebu Pacific reported, referring to the Inter-Agency Task Power Resolution No. 91.
The IATF resolution claimed the ban will operate from Dec. 30 this year by Jan. 15, 2021.
The countries are Denmark, Ireland, Japan, Australia, Israel, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Switzerland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Lebanon, Singapore, Sweden, South Korea, South Africa, Canada, Spain and the United