Japan's foreign residents are trapped — Part 3
Japan Times reporter Magdalena Osumi provides an update on Japan's border situation.
Also, Sam Seghers recounts her experience being left in limbo by the new restrictions, and Aska Ross walks us through his three-day quarantine in a government-run facility after returning to Japan from the U.K.
- Japan bars entry for new arrivals and business travelers due to new COVID-19 strains (Magdalena Osumi, The Japan Times)
- Japan to tighten border measures with new rules for returning citizens (Magdalena Osumi, The Japan Times)
- Travelers from Japan face more restrictions amid new virus strain fears (Magdalena Osumi, The Japan Times)
- Tokyo’s pandemic border policy highlights insecure status of foreign residents (Magdalena Osumi, The Japan Times)
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Photo: A quarantine official looks at a saliva sample from a passenger who arrived from overseas at Tokyo's Narita Airport on Dec. 27.