You will worry about News about coronavirus in Japan. Especially if you visit Japan after February 2020, you will be wondering if you want to go or not.
If you decide to go, be sure to read and remember the following 5 things. Coronavirus prevention-how to deal with when you are worried.
Should follow Japan Safe Travel (JST)’s Twitter Account
Japan Safe Travel offers important information about coronavirus in Japan. This account is one of the fastest spread information account about coronavirus. You should follow @JapanSafeTravel!
Should buy masks before Japan Travel
Currently, Japan has a serious lack of masks. Neither supermarkets nor convenience stores, airports or pharmacies sell masks. Even if you sell, not many can buy it. When you come to Japan, buy a mask for a few days.
Don’t stay for a long time in places where many people gather
There are many cases where coronavirus stays in places where many people gather. Popular tourist destinations have a lot of people, so don’t stay for a long time.
However, in fact, there are few tourists in Japan now due to the influence of coronavirus. Normally, places crowded with tourists are less crowded and easier to see. The hotel is also cheap. It may be a good idea to visit Japan now, as the number of tourists in Japan is decreasing.
Let’s do Alcohol disinfection many times
Recently there is Alcohol disinfection in many tourist destinations and public places. Alcohol disinfection is a good way to keep out of many viruses. Push the bottled Alcohol in your hand to disinfect it.
Should take note Japan Visitor Hotline
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) operates a visitor hotline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year! Currently, Call for tourist emergencies including coronavirus. If you worry about some things, please use it!
- From Japan 050-3816-2787
- From Overseas +81-50-3816-2787
- Chatbot (in case of emergencies only!) by JNTO
Novel Coronavirus(COVID-19): Japan Travel 5 Advice in 2020
The above 5 things are so important information for your travel to Japan! I don’t think you’ll be infected, but you need to be prepared. If you are visiting Japan in the spring of 2020 when coronaviruses are prevalent, be sure to read the following articles!