Japan raises to 50,000 the number of tourists who can enter the country after a large devaluation of the yen

Japan on Wednesday raised its daily entry limit for tourist arrivals from 20,000 to 50,000 on Wednesday, after the country’s tourism sector has been languishing in the face of strict COVID-19 border controls imposed for more than two years and following the biggest loss of value of the yen in 24 years.

As of Wednesday, incoming travelers who have been vaccinated at least three times do not need to be tested for coronavirus within 72 hours prior to departure, as detailed by the Japanese agency Kyodo.

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