Foreigners from 13 countries such as Mexico refuse to enter the country Foreign Minister Corona effect May 12, 17:15
Following the global spread of the new coronavirus, Foreign Minister Mogi has recently announced a policy of refusing foreign nationals from 13 countries, including Mexico. The refusal of immigration extends to 100 countries and regions.
Following the global spread of the new coronavirus, the government took steps to reject foreign nationals from 87 countries and regions such as the United States, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as targeting Japanese travelers abroad. Infectious disease risk information has been raised to "Level 3" which recommends cancellation of travel.
Foreign Minister Mogi announced at a press conference that he has newly raised "infectious disease risk information" to "Level 3" for 13 countries such as Mexico, Colombia and Kazakhstan. On top of that, Minister Mogi recently announced a policy of refusing entry of foreigners who have stayed in these 13 countries within the past two weeks.
As a result, the refusal of immigration will spread to 100 countries and regions, and Minister Mogi said, "The infection is still spreading mainly in emerging countries and developing countries, and I want to continue to be vigilant." It was