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The government will double the maximum daily number of people allowed in the country to 20,000 and exempt arrivals from what it considers low-risk countries and regions from taking COVID-19 tests at Japan’s airports, effective June 1, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno said Friday.

The plan does not include changes to the current requirement for pre-departure PCR tests.

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