Waiting for 14 days after entering Japan Short-term business trips and foreigners residing in Japan Conditionally exempted November 1, 5:20
As part of the relaxation of immigration restrictions that are being implemented as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus, the government will start from the 1st under certain conditions when Japanese people who have made short-term business trips abroad or foreigners residing in Japan re-enter Japan. I am exempt from waiting for 14 days.
Regarding immigration restrictions for measures against the new coronavirus, the government has allowed foreigners with medium- to long-term status of residence to enter Japan newly, as well as with business people such as Singapore and South Korea. It is gradually easing, such as resuming traffic.
Under these circumstances, the government has further relaxed immigration restrictions, and when Japanese people who have made short-term business trips abroad for less than 7 days or foreigners residing in Japan re-enter the country from the 1st to the whole world, it will be fixed. Under the conditions, it is exempt from waiting for 14 days.
As specific conditions, we will require you to submit an "activity plan" that describes the places you visit, and not to use public transportation for 14 days after entering Japan.
In addition, out of the approximately 160 countries and regions that are denied entry in principle, nine countries and regions such as China and South Korea will be lifted from the 1st.
The government plans to continue to relax immigration restrictions in line with the expansion of the virus inspection system at airports, which will lead to economic recovery and active exchanges.