Below news came in some news sites, 2 days ago:-
The Japanese government is looking to revive the tourism industry, a key driver of the economy that has been battered by the novel coronavirus pandemic, by paying for people to go on vacation in the country. Under its Go To Travel initiative, the government will provide subsidies worth up to 20,000 yen ($185) per day for people going on leisure trips. The subsidies will cover half the cost of trips, distributed through a combination of steep discounts and vouchers to be used at nearby restaurants and shops.
Latest news update says that this is not a confirmed information. Foreign tourists dreaming of having 50 percent of their flight and travel to Japan paid for by the government may need to think again. The Japan Tourism Agency on Wednesday dispelled rumors that the country is planning to offer a campaign that would pay half of visitors’ expenses as it seeks to revitalize the coronavirus-hit sector.
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