As of September 14, 2020, the Municipality of Malay has already granted 362 Boracay establishments with Certificate of Authority to Operate (CAO). The said establishments have complied to the Minimum Public Health Standards in the prevention of spread of COVID-19.
The Local Government Unit of Malay (LGU) regularly releases the list of Boracay establishments issued with Certificate of Authority to Operate. They approve and issue certificates in batches. I compiled these releases below for your reference.
Aside from hotels and resorts establishments like bars, restaurants, shops, salons and the like need to secure CAO. Rest assured, our safety is top priority when we visit these establishments.
Click here for the updated list of hotels and resorts with CAO as of November 5, 2020.
Boracay Establishments with Certificate of Authority to Operate
The LGU regularly conducts inspections, free of charge, prior to issuance of certificates. This is in compliance with the approved Omnibus Guidelines for the implementation of Community Quarantine in the Philippines of the Inter Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Disease (IATF).
Click here for the complete list of requirements to enter Boracay.
Thankfully, the island of Boracay has been COVID-free for more than seven months already. And, we would like to keep it that way. We hope that incoming tourists will do the same. Let us do our share to curb COVID-19. Let us wear our face masks and face shields. Observe physical distancing and regularly wash your hands.
I will update this blog entry for upcoming batches of approved establishments.