Coronavirus: Japan eases travel curbs for China, Australia, South Korea, six others

Cancelled flights are seen on a screen at Fukuoka Airport as Typhoon Haishen approaches on September 6, 2020. (AFP)

Japan has eased travel curbs for China, Australia, South Korea and six other countries and regions, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Friday, as Tokyo steps up efforts to revive its economy while preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Japan lowered its infection risk advisory level for Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, New Zealand, Brunei and Vietnam, besides China, South Korea and Australia, to 2 from 3, telling its citizens to avoid non-urgent, non-essential trips.

Under the infection risk advisory level of 3, the public are instructed not to take any trips.

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Last Update: Friday, 30 October 2020 KSA 08:46 - GMT 05:46
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