'Nightmare': Workers, students decry Japan virus entry ban

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More than 370,000 people have been left in limbo by Japan's coronavirus border rules. The rules bar almost all new arrivals and are the strictest in the G7. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has extended the current measures, which polls show are popular with the public, until at least late February.
4 months ago·Japan

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'Nightmare': Workers, Students Decry Japan Virus Entry Ban

Yanita Antoko has been waiting for over a year in Indonesia to join her husband in Japan. She has her papers and has closed her business selling homemade spice mixes, but remains shut out. The 30-year-old is one of more than 370,000 people left in limbo by Japan's coronavirus border rules, which bar almost all new arrivals and are the strictest in the G7. Even as other countries with tough virus restrictions like Australia reopen, Japan still ba…

4 months ago·United States
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Bangkok Post

'Nightmare': Workers, students decry Japan virus entry ban

TOKYO: Yanita Antoko has been waiting for over a year in Indonesia to join her husband in Japan. She has her papers and has closed her business selling homemade spice mixes, but remains shut out.

4 months ago·กทม, Thailand
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France24

'Nightmare': Workers, students decry Japan virus entry ban

Yanita Antoko has been waiting for over a year in Indonesia to join her husband in Japan. She has her papers and has closed her business selling homemade spice mixes, but remains shut out.

4 months ago·France
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