2021-06-09

Japanese media: Japan has taken more than 10 compulsory measures against those who refused entry into quarantine

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China News Service, June 9th. According to Kyodo News Agency of Japan, on the 8th, an interview with relevant people learned that the Japanese government, as a new crown border port measure, requires quarantine in designated facilities for immigrants from countries and regions where the variant strain is endemic. Some people have refused or tried to escape one after another, and there have been at least more than 10 cases where airport quarantine offices have adopted compulsory “staying” measures in the “Quarantine Law” this year.

Japanese media: Japan has taken more than 10 compulsory measures against those who refused entry into quarantine

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p > On June 2, local time, Tokyo, Japan, the construction of facilities and related preparations for the Tokyo Olympic venues in Tokyo, Japan are continuing. The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee said on the 2nd that more than 10,000 people have resigned as volunteers for the Olympic Games, but the reduction of Olympic volunteers will not affect the operation of the event.

According to relevant sources, most of them may be tested negative upon entry. The stay measures impose penalties for disobeying the authority of the quarantine director. The subject is “people who may have been infected.” Even if the COVID-19 test result is negative, the possibility of false negatives cannot be ruled out. Therefore, as a countermeasure against mutant strains, mandatory measures have been taken against cases of resolute refusal to isolate in facilities. Some people pointed out that this move is really rare.

According to the comprehensively strengthened measures against mutant strains from this year, a negative test at the time of entry also requires isolation in designated facilities for a period of time. When the immigrants were asked to sign the undertaking, some people refused to sign and refused to quarantine, etc. Allegedly, in the case of disobedience, a written notice was delivered to take measures to stay, and if it was obeyed, it would be lifted.

At Narita Airport in May this year, a woman who refused to be quarantined tried to go home directly, escaped into the car of her father who came to pick up the plane and refused to get out of the car for a long time. The quarantine station told the woman to take measures to stay, the other party obeyed and checked into the facility, and then released. Following the test at entry, the test on the third day was also negative.

According to reports, the Japanese government requires quarantine in designated facilities for immigrants from countries and regions where the mutant strain is endemic. After a period of time, if the test is confirmed negative again, you can leave, and the remaining period of the 14-day quarantine is voluntary quarantine. During the period of voluntary isolation, people whose whereabouts are not known continue to become a problem. For such people, the government is discussing the release of names on the grounds of violating the content of the pledge.