Aside from temperature checks and hand sanitizing, Boracay island has set up a QR code system for easy monitoring and contact tracing among visitors. Photo from DOT

IN PHOTOS: Boracay Reopens in the New Normal

The world-renowned Boracay Island reopened for domestic tourism. Here’s are gallery of images for the first batch of tourists in Boracay in the new normal.

Boracay reopens
Prior to entering Boracay, tourists must accomplish an online Health Declaration Form (HDF) and submit requirements to the Aklan Government, in exchange for a QR code which will be scanned at the entrance of ports and various establishments around the island. Photo from DOT
A delegation consists of officials of the Department of Tourism (DOT) and other government agencies arrive at the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport on September 30, a day before the reopening of Boracay island to tourists from General Community Quarantine (GCQ) areas. Floor markers are installed and marshals are likewise present at the airport to ensure strict physical distancing between arriving passengers. Photo from DOT
Aside from temperature checks and hand sanitizing, Boracay island has set up a QR code system for easy monitoring and contact tracing among visitors. Photo from DOT
Department of Tourism (DOT) Assistant Secretary Roberto Alabado III, together with Department of Tourism (DOTr) Undersecretary Artemio Tuazon Jr. and Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) Deputy Director General Donald Mendoza conduct an inspection of health and safety protocols in one of the beachside restaurants in D’Mall, Boracay. Photo from DOT
Residents of Brgy. Manoc-manoc and Brgy. Balabag join the clean-up drive organized by the Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (BIATF) at the beachfront area in Station 3, Boracay Island. Photo from DOT

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