Japan implements tourism stimulus policy, 131 tourists infected with Covid-19
On November 10, local time, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato Katsunobu of Japan stated that as of October 15, the number of people who took advantage of the domestic tourism stimulus policy “Go To travel” promoted by the Japanese government began in July this year and ended on October 15th. , Reaching at least 31.38 million passengers.
as of the 9th of this month, a total of 131 people have been diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia. In addition, he also said that there are no reports that the staff of hotels and tourist facilities in travel destinations have been infected with pandemic because of tourists. The Japanese government will pay close attention to the infection and take appropriate response measures.
In order to reduce the impact of the pandemic on the Japanese economy, the Japanese government has implemented a domestic tourism stimulus plan under the pandemic.
The implementation period is from July 22, 2020 to March 15, 2021. However, with the recent rebound of the domestic pandemic in Japan, the local community still has doubts about whether the tourism stimulus plan will lead to the expansion of the coronavirus pandemic.