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Vietnamese people can travel to Japan from June 10

International tourists, including Vietnam, can come to Japan from June 10, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced yesterday.

Visitors are allowed to enter the country with the condition that they buy a package tour from travel companies and have a guide accompanied.

Currently, the Japanese Government relies on the Covid-19 epidemic situation of countries around the world to classify it into three groups: blue list, yellow list and red list to decide on procedures. entry. Vietnam is currently located in the golden zone, and to enter without quarantine, it is necessary to: inject 3 full doses of the vaccine and have a negative PCR test before leaving the country.

Passengers entered Tokyo's Haneda Airport in April. Photo: Bloomberg

Guests entering at Haneda Airport in Tokyo in April. Photo: Bloomberg

Prime Minister’s announcement was sent out after Japan open test Package tours welcome international guests from May 24. The current audience includes only four countries: Australia, the US, Singapore and Thailand.

The Prime Minister said that the strict border control policy in the past time is necessary to give the country time to vaccinate its people, as well as ensure appropriate medical care measures. From June, restrictions will be eased.

Japan closed its borders because of Covid-19 from April 2020. In 2019, the number of two-way exchange visitors between Vietnam and Japan was the highest ever, with more than 1.4 million arrivals (an increase of 18.9% compared to 2018), of which Vietnamese visitors to Japan reached 495,000. number of people (up 27.3%).

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