One evening in early April, a makeshift quarantine area at Narita Airport was packed with passengers from abroad who were waiting to get their negative COVID-19 test results checked and take an antigen test.
“I’ve waited for seven hours in total, including the time I waited on the plane,” said a tired-looking woman who had returned from Canada.
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