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GOJ to further tighten restrictions on travelers from India

NHK, TBS, and TV Asahi reported at noon that the GOJ has decided to further tighten its entry restrictions for travelers from India and five neighboring nations to prevent the Indian variant of COVID-19 from entering Japan. According to the network, visitors and returnees from these nations will now be required to stay at designated facilities for the first ten days of their 14-day quarantine periods instead of the first six. In addition, they will be required to undergo PCR tests before entry, at the time of entry, and on the third, sixth, and tenth days after entry. According to the networks, the new measures will go into effect at 12 a.m. on May 28.

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