Japan likely to ease COVID-19 border controls for Chinese travelers
Summary by Ground NewsJapan tightened quarantine measures for arrivals from mainland China in late December amid a surge in coronavirus cases in the country. The government will likely change testing on arrival for all travelers on direct flights from China to a sample testing method. negative test results from all travelers within 72 hours prior to their flights will still be required.
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Japan to ease COVID-19 border controls on travelers from China
Japan is considering easing COVID-19 border controls on travelers arriving from China by the end of this month, a government source said Thursday, with the rate of arrivals testing positive for the virus dropping recently. Instead of requiring testing of all visitors from China, the government under Prime Minister Fumio…
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Japan May Ease Border Controls for China Visitors by End of Feb.
The government plans to ease COVID-19-related border control measures for visitors from China as early as late February, it has been learned. Since late December, people entering Japan directly from mainland China have been required to test for the novel coronavirus.
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