BANGKOK– Japan will temporarily suspend visa exemption for Thai travelers to be put into effect at midnight on March 28 until the end of April.
Thai embassy in Tokyo posted a message on its Facebook page that travel restriction for Thais will be imposed until the end of April and could be extended.
Japan also revokes visas, issued by a Japanese embassy or a Japanese consulate – general before March 28.
However, holders of multiple visas, who have re-entry document are exempted and allowed to travel to Japan.
They are required to self-quarantine for 14 days and avoid using public transports after arrivals.
Thailand is among ten countries, for which Japan issued the new travel restrictions amid the coronavirus outbreak. (TNA)