Tokyo, Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said that citizens of foreign countries will not be allowed to enter here in view of stopping the spread of coronavirus in the country.
According to the report of Xinhua news agency, the entry of most foreigners was banned in December itself, but the exemption under the stringent restrictions to the citizens due to the students program, including some people coming from business. Was given
The Prime Minister said in a press conference on Wednesday that Japan’s borders for all non-resident foreign nationals will be closed until 7 February as emergencies are declared in other areas, including Greater Tokyo.
The Prime Minister recently said in a TV show that Japan will keep its doors open for businessmen in some countries, provided that it does not spread the new type of corona virus found in Britain and South Africa.