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Japan will extend its suspension of visas held by foreign nationals to the end of May, a government source said Tuesday, having deemed it too early to lift travel restrictions meant to prevent the coronavirus from spreading.

The Foreign Ministry announced April 1 that it was suspending visas and short-stay visa waivers for people from more than 100 countries through at least the end of April.

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