Japanese Transport Ministry Has Asked Airlines to Stop Taking New Flight Bookings
The Japanese government has asked the airlines of the country to take a halt on accepting new flight bookings to Japan due to rising concerns about the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
- The recommendation from the government applies to all travellers whether from overseas or Japanese citizens.
- Japan had already taken strict preventive measures as they banned all the non-Japanese travellers from 12 South African countries.
- The government has also announced booster jabs for those citizens who received their second vaccination dose 8 months ago or more.
Under the light of day by day rising concerns of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, the Japanese government has asked the airlines of the country to take a halt on accepting new flight bookings to Japan. This announcement by the Japanese Transport Ministry after a second traveller from overseas tested positive for the new variant of Covid-19. The Japanese Transport Ministry has also informed that the request was not only limited to Japanese carriers but was also made to all the international airlines flying to Japan.
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