Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida revealed in his speech in London on Thursday that Japan will ease foreign travel COVID-19 restrictions further in June.
Japan began easing its COVID-19 entry restrictions for foreign students and business travelers (if they have sponsors) on March 1.
The Japanese government had also extended the border restrictions to February, setting a ban on new foreign entrants, in order to curb the spread.
The Japanese government ended the most recent COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency in 18 prefectures on March 21.
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