Japan planning to remove ban on overseas travel for 12 countries including China

In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak every economy in the world curbed its overseas travel and imposed ban on movement of people. But as the economies are tackling the situation very well on their part, international travel is slowly and gradually being resumed.

In such a case, Japan has planned to remove a ban on overseas travel to 12 nations and regions across the world, including China. The move is said to be implemented from November 1 and is the first reduction after the COVID-19 outbreak.

The 11 other nations and regions include Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Vietnam and Malaysia. It must be noted that Japan government has currently restricted travel to 159 countries and regions. It has also recommended the travellers to refrain from unnecessary and non-urgent visits to those 12 nations and regions.

Photo Credit : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Arrival_lobby_of_Tokyo_-_Narita_Airport_Terminal_2.jpg

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.