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GOJ to conduct daily video interviews with foreign visitors for 14 days

  • March 6, 2021
  • , Yomiuri
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Saturday’s Yomiuri wrote that the GOJ decided on March 5 to step up its border control measures against coronavirus infection in Japan. In addition to the request for all travelers entering Japan to monitor their health conditions for 14 days after arrival, the government will require them to respond to daily video interviews. If any of them fail to respond for three days or longer, private security companies will seek their whereabouts. Sunday’s Sankei wrote that Prime Minister Suga referred to the plan at a news conference on Friday.

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