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All countries have loosened, and number of people entering Japan rose to 10k people.

All countries have loosened, and number of people entering Japan rose to 10k people.
All countries have loosened, and number of people entering Japan rose to 10k people.

        Against the backdrop of rising COVID-19 vaccination rates, countries are desperate for economic recovery, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, and other countries take the lead in relieving epidemic prevention measures in February, pick with viral coexistence policies. March, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, France, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Brazil, and the United Kingdom have also been released.
        Most of these universal countries have not been completely detached from Covid-19 epidemic peaks, according to information, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, France, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom have a large number of diagnosed cases every day.
        In addition, the Japanese government's COVID-19 border control measures have reopened the door for foreigners to apply for new entry except for tourism purposes, considering the situation of airport quarantine system, border epidemic prevention and control will be eased in a phased manner. On March 1, the number of opens per day is 5,000, and it is increased to 7,000 on April 14, and 10,000 on April 20.
        The Japanese government will increase the upper limit of the number of people entering the country every day in the future. In this way, the exchange of international students, skill interns, and business travelers will increase, helping to have newly applying for entry in the future, prompting social-economic activities to recovery as soon as possible.
        However, the Japanese government will carefully assess the situation at home and abroad before increasing the number of daily arrivals due to the resurgence of the epidemic in Japan

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