Thu. Jun 1st, 2023

The worldwide COVID travel warning issued by Japan has been lifted.

On Monday, after the World Health Organisation declared the end of the COVID-19 emergency, the government dropped the international travel notice for Japanese citizens fully.

In January of 2020, Japan issued a travel advise to its citizens on going to China, with the lowest possible rating of 1. In March of that year, the Foreign Ministry made it available to all countries.

There was a time when Level 3 travel advisories were issued for 159 different countries and regions.

The government has issued a global Level 1 notice, urging people to “stay fully alert,” since late October.

The World Health Organisation announced on Friday that the pandemic is no longer a public health emergency of international concern, citing a decrease in deaths and cases involving significant symptoms.


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