Japan is becoming a bit more accessible (if you’re jabbed having an approved vaccination)
The health ministry of Japan has accepted to ease the entry restrictions for those visiting Japan who can show proof of having been completely vaccinated against coronavirus.
Travelers will need to provide evidence that they have received vaccinations from Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca vaccines, since they are the only ones currently that are accepted in Japan. This is bad news for China’s Sinopharm as well as China’s Sinopharm and the United States’ Johnson & Johnson.
Travelers who qualify will not be required to endure a 14-day quarantine. Instead they will only have to endure 10. After the 10-day timeframe they will be required to take the PCR test. If the test results are positive, the individual can then move around without restriction.