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Coronavirus: Japan expected reopen to tourists by July, may scrap tests for vaccinated visitors

With reopening, Japan’s tourist authorities anticipate a rapid recovery in arrivals to the country, and have an ambitious target of 60 million arrivals by 2030. By June, the country is expected to double daily arrivals to 20,000. The government had tightened quarantine to Japanese people returning to the country after the omicron variant was found, but is easing restrictions. Photo: EPA-EFE

With reopening, Japan’s tourist authorities anticipate a rapid recovery in arrivals to the country, and have an ambitious target of 60 million arrivals by 2030. By June, the country is expected to double daily arrivals to 20,000. The government had tightened quarantine to Japanese people returning to the country after the omicron variant was found, but is easing restrictions. Photo: EPA-EFE

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