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JAPAN TO REOPEN TO INTERNATIONAL TRAVELLERS FROM MARCH

According to an article by Executive Traveller, Japan is taking baby steps to reopening its borders to International travellers from 1 March 2020.

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This would see the quarantine period be reduced from the current seven days to three days.

Apart from this change, many international travellers would also be allowed to bypass the whole quarantine period,

Health requirements for entry into Japan

Foreign internationals such as students or businessmen who visit Japan for any reasons other than tourism will be permitted entry to the country as long as they have received a third jab or a booster dose and they are also required to show a negative ART result within 72 hours from the time of their departure.

Those who meet these criteria will most likely be able to bypass the whole three days of quarantine period.

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However, they must come from a country whereby the pandemic situation is under control.

First step into reopening borders

Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, who was addressing a press conference said that this would be only the ‘first step’ which Japan is taking into reopening borders and he would be considering if more measures towards the reopening of borders can be loosen.

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