If you want to visit Japan after Corona, half the money will be given by the government there

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If you are planning to go to Japan after the Corona virus epidemic, this news is for you. After the epidemic, if you visit Japan, half the money will be given by the government.

Japan is known for its natural beauty and is often called ‘Land of the Rising Sun’. There is a good news for those who are planning to go to Japan after the Corona virus epidemic. If you visit Japan after the epidemic, half of the money will be given by the government. Let us say that Japan has succeeded in controlling the corona virus to a great extent.

In Italy last month, Sicily announced that it would give half of the airline ticket of tourists visiting after the Corona virus epidemic. At the same time, if you stay in the hotel for three days, one day’s bill will also be given by the government of Sicily. Now, Japan is also making a similar proposal to woo the tourists. According to media reports, japan’s tourism agency this week announced to raise some part of the tourist budget itself. However, it has not yet been explained in detail.

According to the report, the scheme will be applicable only to domestic tourists. Some people say that after the travel ban is removed, international tourists can also be given relief in the package on the lines of Italy. According to an estimate, the plan will cost Japan a total of $12.5 billion. It is believed that it can be implemented from July 2020, but all this will apply after the travel ban removal.

Japan has succeeded in controlling the corona virus to a great extent. So far, 16,433 cases of infection have come and 784 people have died. But due to a variety of restrictions, the economy and the tourism industry have suffered a lot. This step has been taken by Japan to compensate this. Japan is the fourth largest island country in the world and comprises of 6,852 islands. Panoramic mountains are scattered over two-thirds of Japan’s territory, where many hot springs are present.

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