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Travelers to Japan to face 3-tier quarantine rule from March

Isolation for 7, 3 or zero days will hinge on vaccine status and country arrived from

A medical worker conducts a simulated PCR test at Narita Airport.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Travelers to Japan from March will face one of three quarantine scenarios, depending on their vaccination status and country of departure, as the government eases entry requirements.

The baseline isolation period will remain seven days. But travelers who test negative for COVID-19 on the third day and meet certain other requirements will be able to end their quarantines early.

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