The border has reopened today from June 27!
Quarantine measures at the time of entry are divided into three stages according to the infection rate, and Japan is safely classified as a country with a low infection rate.
Therefore, you only need to enter the health survey when you leave Japan. No PCR testing or quarantine measures required.
It is getting busier than before.
Cafes and restaurants are open, and the number of people wearing masks is decreasing.
Hotels and tourist destinations are steadily reopening, and I think that they are regaining their daily lives in Tunisia before the Corona.
The border will be reopened on June 27. As the two-week quarantine measures for immigrants have also disappeared, I think we are gradually returning to an environment where it is easy to travel. However, please be aware that you will be required to complete a negative PCR test and complete a health questionnaire when you enter Japan.
The curb restrictions have been relaxed, and restaurants, cafes, and markets have been reopened. Along with this, the number of people eating out and taking a walk has increased, and the city is returning to its liveliness. Of course, everyone is trying to prevent viruses, such as wearing a mask and protecting their social distance.
From June 27th, group travelers with tour guides will be able to enter the museum/ruins.