Japan’s new policy of fully restricting foreigners’ new entry does not include mainland China

  Japan’s new policy of comprehensively restricting new entry of foreigners does not include mainland China and other countries and regions with better epidemic control

On the 27th local time, a headquarter reporter called the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan to learn that the new entry policy issued by the Japanese government on the 26th does not include mainland China, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore and other countries and regions with better epidemic control.

Since the Japanese government has resumed business personnel exchanges with Vietnam, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, China and other countries and regions since October, this policy change will not affect business personnel exchanges with these countries and regions . In addition to short-term business visas, visitors from mainland China can also enter Japan through student visas.

However, immigrants holding short-term non-business visas need to quarantine themselves for 14 days after arrival. You cannot take public transportation after arriving in Japan. There is no need to submit a nucleic acid test certificate before entry. (Headquarters reporter Wang Meng)

【Editor in charge: Hu Wenhui】

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