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CAMP availment requirements relaxed

Cebu City, Philippines. Applicants for the COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program (CAMP) can now submit other documents if there is no company payroll available.

In a labor advisory issued by Secretary Bello - Labor Advisory No. 12-A, Series of 2020 - affected establishments may submit any of the following in the absence of a company payroll: (1) Workers’ Pay Slip or a verifiable handwritten Pay Slip; (2) Proof of payment of wages via logbook or ledger; (3) Employment Contract; (4) Cash Voucher of Petty Cash Voucher; (5) Authority to Debit Account sent by employer to bank for the wage of the employees; (6) SSS, Philhealth, and PAG-IBIG Alphalist or List of Remittances; (7) BIR Form 2316; or (8) List of Employees with 13th Month Pay.

According to DOLE-7 Regional Director Salome O. Siaton, any of the above-mentioned document will do and must be submitted together with a letter of intent and the establishment report, where all forms can be downloaded at

For documents or applications related to the availment of the CAMP, clients are advised to contact the following numbers and send documents to: (1) For companies located within the Cities of Cebu, Mandaue and Lapulapu- (032) 513-2566/ (032) 324-3317/; (2) For companies in Cebu Province outside the Cities of Cebu, Mandaue and Lapulapu- (032) 513-2158 / (032) 266-7424/ (032)/ (032) 213-2158/; (3) For companies located in the Province of Negros Oriental- (035) 226-2778 / (035) 422-9741/; (4) For companies in Siquijor- (035) 480-9244/; and (5) For companies located in Bohol- (038) 501-0277 (038) 411-0806/

As of 13 April 2020, 5:00 P.M., the DOLE-7 has disbursed a total of Php109,725,000.00 benefiting 21,945 workers coming from 1,199 approved establishments. Said figures covered the data previously released on 30 March and 11 April 2020.

The DOLE-7 maintains a running/accumulated data of establishments reporting to have implemented flexible work arrangements and the affected workers. The same also includes a running data of establishments, whose applications have been approved on CAMP as well as the workers benefited.

The CAMP covers workers in private establishments, whose income has been negatively impacted by COVID-19.





For more information on this report, you may contact (032) 513-2566; (032) 266-0811; (032) 266-2792; (032) 512-8133 / (+63) 977-610-9202; (035) 480-9244; (035) 226-2778 / (035) 422-974. You may also send your emails to;;;; and


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