URGENT: Japan so far has no plan to resume entry of foreign tourists: Kishida

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Japan has no plan for now to resume the entry of foreign tourists to the country but will make a judgment after looking at the COVID-19 infection situation and border control steps taken by other nations, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Friday. Japan, which has gradually relaxed its strict border controls, will allow up to 10,000 entrants a day, including businesspeople, students and returning Japanese nationals and foreign residents, starting Sunday.

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