Japan Set To Remove International Arrival Restrictions

Credit: Tadayuki Yoshikawa/Aviation Wire/AFLO/Alamy Live News
The Japanese government has signaled that it will end some of the most restrictive entry rules that have been suppressing international travel to Japan. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced that a range of pandemic-related border measures will be removed from Oct. 11. This is a significant step...

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