Philippine Embassy, Canberra
1 Moonah Place, Yarralumla, ACT 2600
www.philembassy.org.au *Tel. No. 02-6273-2535*
Philippine Embassy Congratulates the New Officers of the Filipino Community Council of the ACT
H.E. Ma. Hellen B. De La Vega, Philippine Ambassador to Australia, and Labor Attache Felicitas Q. Bay attended the virtual induction of the new officers of the Filipino Community Council of the ACT (FCCACT) for 2021-2023 on 03 September 2021 led by Ms. Cecilia Flores, President of the FCCACT. Filipino parish priest Rev. Father Anthony Consulta Riosa provided the inspirational prayer for the new FCCACT leadership.
Para sa karagdagang impormasyon at kapaki-pakinabang na mga link tungkol sa coronavirus (COVID-19), mangyaring bisitahin ang
Australian Government Department of Health - COVID-19 Tagalog Resource
For more information, visit https://onehealthpass.com.ph/
ACT Lockdown Arrangements and ACT Government’s Emergency Food Relief for Canberrans
17 August 2021 – The ACT Government has announced the extension of current lockdown arrangements in ACT until 5:00 pm, 02 September 2021 (Thursday).
All Canberrans are reminded to follow ACT Health directions to minimize risks to the health and safety of the Canberra community as detailed in the following link: https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/stay-safe-and-healthy.
Also, the ACT Government’s Community Services Directorate, Office of Multicultural Affairs, provided the following information on emergency food relief for Canberrans:
26 July 2021
Alien spouses, children, parents of Pinoys need not present entry exemption doc starting August 1 – BI
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced that starting August 1, its officers at the ports will no longer require the presentation of an entry exemption document (EED) from foreign spouses, children and parents of Filipino citizens who are traveling to the Philippines as tourists to visit their kin here.
05 June 2021
BI clarifies Retiree’s Visa Holders allowed to enter without exemption docs
MANILA, Philippines - The Bureau of Immigration (BI) announced that aliens holding the Special Resident Retiree’s Visa (SRRV) issued by the Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA) are now allowed to enter the country.
To view the infographic, click the following links:
• Guide for Returning Overseas Filipinos upon Arrival in the Philippines
• Swabbing Procedure for Arriving Passengers