COVID-19: Japan restricts travel to European countries, Korea heightens measures
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Japan and South Korea on Tuesday implemented stricter measures on traveling while they are trying to control the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in their respective countries.
Japan has raised its travel restriction to the highest level, banning citizens to travel to Iceland, as well as parts of Italy, Spain, and Switzerland.
The country has also advised not pursuing any “non-essential” trips to the European continent.
In, Korea all visitors’ temperatures will be checked one-on-one, regardless of origin.
Those who will have symptoms will be tested right away and quarantined for two weeks.
Korea has 8,320 cases of coronavirus while Japan has 833.
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