Can Italians and Spanish still travel to Japan?
Japanese government banned the entry of people from China(including Hong Kong and Macau) and South Korea in March, 2020.
Now that there are more patients and deaths in Italy and Spain than S.Korea, will the Japanese government suspend the entry/transport of people from Italy and Spain?
- thecheapest902Lv 72 months ago
You can't enter Japan if you have stayed in either of 9 regions in Italy or 3 regions in Spain in the last 14 days. If you are from other places in Europe, you can enter Japan but ordered to stay in a designated place for 2 weeks(I don't know where it is).
So it's already not possible for Europeans to travel in Japan freely.
Visa exemption for Italians and Spanish has been suspended. You need a visa to visit Japan now.
- QuinnLv 62 months ago
The ban for Italy is limited to specific northern provinces in Italy and only for those who have traveled in the affected area within 14 days. As far as Spain goes, there is no entry restriction due to Covid-19.
- Rona LachatLv 72 months ago
Can Italians and Spanish still travel to Japan? YES
Will the Japanese government suspend the entry/transport of people from Italy and Spain?
Airlines CAN also cancel flights if that is their business decision.
Those making the decisions have a lot more than just one piece of information.
Your numbers make no reference to the severity of those afflicted or that MOST have recovered.
That CITIZEN may pass into some other country does not mean EVERY method of getting there must be maintained by the Owners of the transportation method.
That all the seats are booked just means YOU cannot go on a particular flight.
IF NOT on a direct flight the place you change planes could be an Issue for Italians or Spaniards.
Those making decisions already have your trivial piece of information on hand as part of their decision making.
YOU on the other hand DO NOT have all of the information that is used to make the decisions.
- LiliLv 72 months ago
The Italians and the Spanish themselves are not letting people leave Italy and Spain. Those two countries are on lockdown.
It's a non-issue.
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- ChrisLv 72 months ago
Do you know what a lock down is? That means they can't leave their houses so how could they fly? Stupid.