The Japanese government is considering easing its entry ban on several countries with low Covid-19 infection rates — and New Zealand has reportedly made the cut.
According to a government source, Japan is planning to allow business visitors from Thailand, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand into its country following border closures prompted by the pandemic, Bangkok Post reports.
Since February, Japan has imposed entry bans on 111 countries and regions, including the United States, most of Asia and all of Europe — which is currently in effect until the end of June.
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