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Japan to lift 14-day quarantine for reentering business travelers

Foreign nationals and Japanese can skip isolation by submitting 'action plans'

Foreign nationals line up in front of a medical checkpoint at Narita International Airport near Tokyo on Sept. 24. Japan is making it easier for business travelers to reenter the country. (Photo by Rie Ishii)

TOKYO -- Japan plans to permit Japanese and foreign national business travelers with residency status to reenter the country without having to isolate for two weeks, Nikkei has learned.

The two-week self-quarantine measure will be waived for returning business travelers who submit an action plan. The travelers will also have to refrain from using public transit.

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