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Japan decides to ban entry to travelers from one third of the world

Japanese authorities plan to ban the entry of travelers Japanese authorities plan to ban the entry of travelers who have recently been to the United States, most of Europe, China, or South Korea as a Europe, China or South Korea, as a measure to contain the spread of the coronavirus in Japan. spread of the coronavirus through Japan.

The immigration ban will apply to all non-Japanese who have been in Japan in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Japan. Japanese who have been in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Japan in any of the designated designated regions, while Japanese returning from there will be asked to quarantine for two weeks while from there will be asked to quarantine for two weeks while they monitor for possible the appearance of possible symptoms linked to the virus.

It has not yet been when the new restrictions will start to be applied. According to the Asahi newspaper, the authorities are considering whether to impose the measure on the entire the entire U.S. territory or only some areas.

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They have not yet specified when the new restrictions will start to apply and are still restrictions and are still weighing up whether to impose the restriction on the entire U.S. territory or only on the restriction on the entire U.S. territory or only on some areas. some areas.

Japan already prohibits the entry into its territory of persons who have people who have been to 21 European countries (including Italy and Spain), as well as Iran and certain areas of China and South Korea, as well as Iran and certain areas of China and South Korea.

Until now, the Japanese archipelago only required visitors who had been to the US to quarantine. visitors who had been in the U.S. to quarantine, but in view of the high number of cases in the U.S., they have decided to the high number of cases, they have decided to tighten their restrictions. restrictions.

Therefore, Japan has increased this Tuesday to 73 countries from which it bans entry to the region due to the spread of the virus. countries from which it bans entry to the region due to the spread of the virus, coinciding with the with the territories to which travel is discouraged. These include Italy, Germany, France, Spain and Iran. Therefore, any traveler who has been in such territories in the 14 days prior to arrival in the Asian country will be subject to restrictions. will be subject to restrictions.

Also, due to the spread of the virus, the Asian country has raised its travel alert level to 3. country has raised its travel alert level to 3, which advises against travel under any circumstances in some travel under any circumstances in some territories.

Few cases of infection have been detected in recent days, but in some territories such as Tokyo there has been a notable growth of the virus. of the virus.

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