Japan closes its borders to foreigners to avoid the spread of "Omicron"

Japan decided to close its borders to all foreign visitors to limit the spread of the new Corona mutant "Omicron", starting tomorrow, Tuesday.

"We will ban entry to foreigners from all over the world from November 30," Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters on Monday.

The new Corona virus mutated discovered in South Africa, which the World Health Organization called “Omicron”, prompted a number of countries to mobilize and expedite new measures, in an attempt to stave off the risks of its spread.

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