Japan announced a ban on all incoming international travelers on Monday, while Malaysia and Singapore decided to reopen their planned borders on the same day, highlighting differing perspectives around the world on Omicron COVID-19 cases. was found for the first time. South Africa – Thrives throughout Europe and other parts of the world.
Japan will suspend the entry of all foreign visitors from Tuesday as an emergency precaution against the new edition, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced On Monday, urging people in the country to continue wearing masks and follow other COVID prevention measures.
Earlier on Sunday, Israel imposed similar restrictions on all foreign travelers for at least 14 days as it attempts to shore up its virus surveillance measures to curb the spread of Omicron.
Despite concerns over the new version, Singapore and Malaysia reopened Their lands border each other on Mondays, allowing vaccinated travelers to travel easily between countries for the first time in nearly two years.
New Zealand, which is battling its own delta version of the outbreak—after several months with no local cases—will switch Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Monday for the system to live with Covid-19 this weekend despite the threat of a new version.
New Zealand’s neighbor Australia—which was moving on with its own life as the virus approached—will review Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday there are plans to reopen borders to skilled migrants and students from December 1.