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Passengers on a flight to Japan line up at check-in kiosks at Incheon International Airport Thursday ahead of a Japanese entry ban on travelers from Korea set to take effect today and last to the end of this month. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Wednesday an entry ban on foreigners coming from 49 countries and territories, also including China and the United States, to tighten coronavirus quarantine measures. Seoul expressed regret for Tokyo’s decision and called for Japan to allow essential visits by businesspeople. [YONHAP]
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