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Japan will allow “overseas spectators” to enter the country to watch the Olympics and track tourists through mobile application program

Japan will allow "overseas spectators" to enter the country to watch the Olympics and track tourists through mobile application program

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Japan will allow “overseas spectators” to enter the country to watch the Olympics and track tourists through mobile application program

According to Japan Economic News on the 2nd local time, Japan will allow “large-scale” overseas tourists to enter the Tokyo Olympic Games. Tourists will not be forced to be vaccinated or quarantined, and will not be restricted from taking public transportation, but they need to provide a negative certificate of COVID-19 testing and download mobile phone itinerary tracking Xiaocheng. Preface.

According to statistics, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee has sold nearly 1 million Olympic tickets overseas. In order to stop the spread of COVID-19, Japan’s current policy requires arriving personnel to self-quarantine for 14 days and download the mobile phone app for itinerary tracking.

In addition, according to a report by Japan’s Kyodo News Agency, the Japanese government released the mid-term sorting content of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games COVID-19 Response Conference on the 2nd

proposing to study the actions and health status of overseas audiences through smartphone programs, etc., and the specific measures are planned to be finalized by next spring.

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