Travel has become a bit of a hassle with the coronavirus pandemic. Well, probably not too much of a bother for those with an unending thirst for adventure and excitement, but still an uncertain experience regardless of mind frame.
However, some countries have begun reopening their borders—whether it’s a partial opening to certain countries or to an extended list of them with particular limitations. Among them is Japan, the country with some of the lowest cases of COVID per capita and some of the lowest death counts to date.
Despite COVID, countries are easing up on travel restrictions with Japan making a move after 6+ months
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It has been a bit over 6 months since Japan closed its borders to tourists due to the global COVID-19 outbreak. And like many countries, it has experienced a significant blow when it comes to tourism—especially in light of the postponed Tokyo Olympic games—but the closing has made sure cases stay relatively low and the health system doesn’t crash and burn.
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