A series of travel restrictions and travel restrictions have been announced by the Philippines government in the wake of Typhoon Yolanda.
According to the Department of Transportation, Filipinos traveling to the Philippines will be required to have their passports scanned at the Philippine International Airport before they can travel.
A copy of their passport will also be required for entry.
The Philippines government says travelers from the Philippines can also apply for visas from their home countries if they meet certain criteria.
However, some travelers have been able to fly in from Canada and the United Kingdom, but only if they have a valid visa.
Travelers from Vietnam and Cambodia will be able to travel in small groups of up to 50 people to the country.
In addition, the government says people from Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam will be allowed to travel to the Republic of the Philippines in limited numbers, as long as they meet the following criteria:1.
They have lived in the Philippines for at least 6 months.2.
They must not have lived there for less than 6 months, or have been in the country for at the same time.3.
They need a valid passport, or their documents are not valid.
Traveler from the United States can also travel in limited quantities.
But they will need to bring with them a valid photo ID with their passport and other relevant documentation.
The United States will also offer a one-way, non-refundable travel visa to residents of the United Nations member states who can prove that they are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
The Philippines has been on high alert for typhoon Yolandra, which is expected to hit the country from the southwest this week.
While the typhoon is expected do little damage, it will also wreak havoc on tourism and agriculture.
According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, the typhoons that hit the Philippines last year killed more than 14,000 people and destroyed more than 4,000 farms.