From the 30th, new entry of foreigners will be suspended in principle for all countries and regions of the world, and international flights at Haneda Airport and Narita Airport will be quiet.

In response to the spread of the new mutant virus "Omicron strain" to each country, the government has in principle suspended new entry of foreigners from midnight on the 30th to all countries and regions of the world. ..

At Haneda Airport

At Haneda Airport Terminal 3, where international flights arrive and depart, foreigners who came to Japan for work were seen until the 29th, but on the 30th, foreigners who have a family in Japan or work in Japan. It is quiet as it goes back and forth.

An American man working in the military said, "It looked like I was wearing a mask at the airport or on the plane. I knew that I wouldn't be able to enter Japan for a while for sightseeing, but a new mutant virus I'm not sure about the situation. I think it's unavoidable for the government to do it for the safety of the people living in Japan. "

Also, a Japanese man who lived in the United States and returned to Japan temporarily said, "There were many Japanese on the plane and few foreigners. There were times when I could not return to the United States due to the influence of Corona, so that kind of thing. I hope it doesn't happen. "

At Narita Airport

Also, at Narita Airport, the first flight from Manila arrived at around 11:30 am, but no new foreigners were seen and the airport was quiet.

Regarding the entry of foreigners, on the 8th of this month, in addition to business purposes, international students and technical intern trainees were just restarted under certain conditions, and were suspended again in about three weeks.

In addition, the government has decided to strengthen restrictions on the return of Japanese people from December 1st, such as by canceling the mitigation measures that shorten the waiting period at home etc. to a minimum of 3 days and returning it to 14 days again. ..