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Besoin d'un PCR test
au Japon?
Faites nous confiance!

  • ✓ Test le jour-même possible
  • ✓ Emission de certificat négatif le lendemain
  • ✓ Réception jusqu'à 19h00
  • ✓ 3 minutes à pied de la station la plus proche
  • ✓ Paiement par carte bancaire / en espèces

Nous avons émis des certificats négatifs valides dans plus de 100 pays

France ・ Népal ・ Indonésie ・ Inde ・ Emirats Arabes Unis ・ Afrique du Sud ・ États-Unis ・ Hawaï ・ Singapour ・ Corée du Sud ・ Hong Kong ・ Vietnam ・ Italie ・ Colombie ・ Sénégal ・ Rwanda ・ Croatie ・ Maurice ・ Ghana ・ Australie ・ Maroc ・ Jordanie・ Grèce ・ Cameroun ・ Syrie ・ Arabie Saoudite ・ Équateur ・ Myanmar ・ Tadjikistan ・ Russie ・ Monaco ・ Nigéria ・ Uruguay ・ Pérou ・ Niger...

Notre clinique (T Care Clinic Hamamatsucho) est désignée comme partenaire officiel pour:

Pour se faire tester dans notre clinique affiliée

Seules les personnes asymptomatiques et souhaitant passer un test PCR pour obtenir un certificat négatif ou pour leur tranquillité d'esprit peuvent passer un examen médical.

Aperçu

Prix

Test PCR
Aucune émission du certificat
15,000 JPY (hors taxes)
Test PCR
Emission du certificat (Général)
20,000 JPY (hors taxes)
Test PCR
Emission du certificat (Hawaii)
25,000 JPY (hors taxes)
Test PCR
Emission du certificat (Guam)
23,000 JPY (hors taxes)
Test PCR et anticorps
Emission du certificat (Chine)
28,000 JPY (hors taxes)
Test d'anticorps
Aucune émission du certificat
8,000 JPY (hors taxes)
Résultats le jour-même*
Aucune émission du certificat
3,000 JPY (hors taxes)

* Hawaï n'est pas éligible
* Pour ceux qui ont été examinés avant 14 heures
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Notre clinique affiliée

Clinque T care

Adresse (Carte ▼ )
G1 2F, 2-13-9, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo
* À trois minutes à pied de la station Hamamatsu-Cho (ligne Yamanote. Ligne Keihin-tohoku)

Heures d’ouverture
11 h 00 à 19 h 00 (tous les jours)

Centre de réservation

03-6264-3639
(Tous les jours de 11 h 00 à 19 h 00)

Formulaire de contact (24/7)
Formulaire de réservation (24/7)

Heures d’ouverture

Heures d’ouverture

* Vous devez prendre rendez-vous à l'avance. (examen sur place n'est pas disponible)
* Le dernier créneau pour le test PCR en journée est 18h30.

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Délai d'obtention du certificat négatif

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Comment réserver

Étape 1 | Confirmation préalable

Étape 1 | Confirmation préalable

Doit avoir un passeport valide

*Si vous souhaitez passer un examen médical pour voyager à l'étranger, veuillez vérifier les règles en fonction de la destination.
*Si vous avez une carte d'assurance, veuillez l'apporter avec vous.

Étape 2 | Réservation

Étape 2 | Réservation

Veuillez utiliser le formulaire de réservation pour vérifier la disponibilité et effectuer votre réservation.

Nous coordonnerons la réservation avec la clinique et vous enverrons un email de confirmation.

Étape 3 | Paiement

Étape 3 | Paiement

Veuillez procéder au paiement (carte de crédit / espèces).

Nous coordonnerons la réservation directement avec la clinique.

Vous recevrez alors un e-mail de confirmation avec la date et l'heure dans les 24 heures.

Étape 4 | Remplissez le questionnaire

Étape 4 | Remplissez le questionnaire

Une fois le paiement effectué, un email contenant l'URL du questionnaire sera envoyé. Assurez-vous de le remplir.

* La clinique répondra en fonction des informations fournies.

Étape 5 | Avant le rendez-vous

Étape 5 | Avant le rendez-vous

Pour le test salivaire ou nasopharyngé, il est strictement interdit de manger, de boire, d'utiliser du dentifrice ou du chewing-gum au minimum 15 minutes avant.

Étape 6 | Au moment de la visite

Étape 6 | Au moment de la visite

Veuillez nous rendre visite au moins 5 minutes avant l'heure du rendez-vous.

L'examen dure environ 10 minutes.

*Veuillez montrer votre passeport.

Étape 7 | Résultats de l'examen

Étape 7 | Résultats de l'examen

Si négatif, vous recevrez un certificat négatif à la clinique le lendemain entre 17h00 et 19h00.

* Veuillez montrer votre passeport.
* En cas de résultat positif, la clinique vous contactera par téléphone (le certificat ne sera pas émis).

Réservez Maintenant

Aucun prépaiement requis

Le flux du test PCR

1. Réception

1. Réception

Donnez-nous votre passeport (si vous avez votre carte d'assurance maladie, merci de nous la remettre également).

Nous en ferons une copie et vous la rendrons.

2. Vérifiez votre température

2. Vérifiez votre température

Veuillez prendre votre température avec le thermomètre.

3. Attente

3. Attente

Veuillez vous asseoir jusqu'à ce que l'infirmière vous appelle.

La réceptionniste donne les explications pour le test PCR. Veuillez les lire et les suivre attentivement.

Lorsque l'infirmière vous appelle, veuillez entrer dans la salle.

4-A. Test PCR (test sur écouvillon nasopharyngé)

4-A. Test PCR (test sur écouvillon nasopharyngé)

L'infirmière effectuera le test PCR en insérant l'écouvillon dans la narine.

Lorsque l'écouvillon atteint une profondeur égale à la distance entre les narines et l'ouverture externe de l'oreille, l'infirmière fait tournoyer quelques secondes pour prélever l'échantillon.

Vous pourriez vous sentir mal à l'aise ou ressentir une légère douleur en ce moment, mais veillez à ne pas bouger avant la fin.

4-B. Test PCR (test salivaire)

4-B. Test PCR (test salivaire)

Le test salivaire est un test PCR effectué en collectant votre salive.

Veuillez confirmer que vous n'avez pas mangé, gargarisé, utilisé du dentifrice ou du chewing-gum au cours des 15 dernières minutes.

Lorsque vous êtes prêt, veuillez déposer jusqu'à 2 ml de salive dans le récipient de prélèvement fourni.

5. Fin du test PCR

5. Fin du test PCR

Si votre passeport ou votre carte d'assurance vous a été retourné, vous pouvez partir dès que l'examen est terminé.

Si vous n'avez pas récupéré votre passeport ou votre carte d'assurance, veuillez vous adresser à la réception.

6. Résultat du test PCR

6. Résultat du test PCR

Les résultats du test PCR seront disponibles le lendemain vers 13h00.

Si vous ne recevez pas d'appel de notre part vers 13h00, vous êtes négatif. Nous aurons donc un certificat négatif prêt pour vous entre 17h00. et 19h00

Merci de venir le chercher à votre convenance.

En cas de résultat positif, nous vous en informerons par téléphone. Veuillez suivre nos instructions.

Réservez Maintenant

Aucun prépaiement requis

Examen médical dans notre clinique affiliée

Si vous faites une réservation avec nous, vous recevrez les frais préférentiels suivants.
(Non couvert par l'assurance)

Test PCR

Aucune émission du certificat

15,000 JPY (hors taxes)

・ Frais médicaux: non couverts par l'assurance
・ Durée: 10 minutes
・ Méthode de test: test de salive ou d'écouvillon nasopharyngé disponible
・ Résultat du test: disponible le même jour (facultatif)

Test PCR

+ Emission du certificat (Général)

20,000 JPY (hors taxes)

・ Frais médicaux: non couverts par l'assurance
・ Durée: 10 minutes
・ Méthode de test: test de salive ou d'écouvillon nasopharyngé disponible
・ Résultat du test: disponible le même jour (facultatif)
・ Certificat négatif: disponible après 17h00 le lendemain. Japonais ou anglais

Test PCR

+ Emission du certificat (Hawaii)

25,000 JPY (hors taxes)

・ Frais médicaux: non couverts par l'assurance
・ Durée: 10 minutes
・ Méthode de test: test nasopharyngé-écouvillon
・ Résultat du test: disponible le jour suivant de la date du test
・ Certificat négatif: disponible après 17h00 le lendemain. Japonais ou anglais

Test PCR

+ Emission du certificat (Guam)

23,000 JPY (hors taxes)

・ Frais médicaux: non couverts par l'assurance
・ Durée: 10 minutes
・ Méthode de test: test nasopharyngé-écouvillon
・ Résultat du test: disponible le jour suivant de la date du test
・ Certificat négatif: disponible après 17h00 le lendemain. Japonais ou anglais

Test PCR et anticorps

+ Emission du certificat (Chine)

28,000 JPY (hors taxes)

・ Frais médicaux: non couverts par l'assurance
・ Durée: 20 minutes
・ Méthode de test: test nasopharyngé-écouvillon disponible
・ Résultat du test: disponible le même jour (facultatif)
・ Certificat négatif: disponible après 17h00 le lendemain. Japonais ou anglais

Test d'anticorps

Aucune émission du certificat

8,000 JPY (hors taxes)

・ Non couvert par l'assurance
・ Durée: 10 minutes
・ Méthode de test: échantillon de sang
・ Résultat du test: disponible 40 à 50 minutes après le test
・ Certificat négatif: non disponible

Délivrance d'un certificat négatif Covid-19

Délivrance d'un certificat négatif Covid-19

Pour ceux qui sont tenus de soumettre un nouveau certificat de résultat négatif au test PCR aux autorités de destination à l'étranger (lycéens et autres), notre clinique partenaire peut en délivrer un le lendemain.

* S'il existe des réglementations spécifiques, veuillez indiquer le nom du pays dans la section remarques du formulaire de réservation.
* Veuillez consulter le site Web de l'ambassade de chaque pays pour connaître le format requis.

Réservez Maintenant

Aucun prépaiement requis

Notre clinique affiliée

Test de salive: facile et indolore
* Le test nasopharyngé sur écouvillon est également disponible

Un test de salive ne prend que 10 minutes. Le fardeau est réduit à la fois pour les patients et les cliniques.

Réservation facile

Réservation facile

Le test étant facile à réaliser et ne prenant pas de temps, un grand nombre de patients peuvent être traités à la clinique. Par conséquent, nous pouvons accepter de nombreuses réservations.

Obtenez de l'aide dans votre langue maternelle

Obtenez de l'aide dans votre langue maternelle

Pour prendre en charge de nombreuses langues, notre clinique affiliée a introduit des traducteurs simultanés. Cela élimine les problèmes de communication.

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Adresse

Clinique T Care Hamamatsucho

Notre clinique est idéalement située à quelques minutes de la gare de Hammatsucho et Daimon. Vous pouvez même accéder directement aux deux principaux aéroports de Tokyo avec les lignes Asakusa et Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport.

Station Hamamatsucho: 2 minutes à pied de la sortie sud (Keihin-Tōhoku, Yamanote, Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport Line)

Station Daimon: 5 minutes à pied de la sortie A1 (Toei Asakusa, ligne Toei Oedo)

Contenu / procédure de l'examen

Contenu / procédure de l'examen

The examination takes 10 minutes

1. Keep saliva in your mouth for about 2 minutes.

2. Gently spit out, as if dropped into a sterile container.

3. The collection amount is about 2 ml. If it cannot be collected on the first try, the process will be repeated.

📌 Nasopharyngeal-Swab Test is also available

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are the PCR Test and Antibody Test covered by insurance?
Examinations to receive a negative certificate for travel, business travel, daily activities, etc. are not covered by insurance.
How do I receive the test results?
Please come back to the clinic in order to receive your certificate. You do not need to make a reservation.
Is the PCR test negative certificate written in English?
Depending on your needs, the negative certificate can be written in Japanese or English.
How long does the PCR test take?
The entire process will take about 10 minutes (temperature measurement, inquiry sheet, sample collection). Please do not eat or drink (including gargling) from 15 minutes before the inspection. You can receive the test results from 17:00 on the next day.
If I took the test on Friday, can I get the result and the certification on Saturday?
Yes, you can. However, please ask us in advance in that case. We need to ask the clinic to open only for giving you the certification.

If you are positive to Covid-19

The clinic will inform you by phone, so please refrain from visiting us

Please follow the guidance of the public health center

Asymptomatic/mild symptoms
- On-site medical treatment
- Treatment at home

Seriously ill
- Hospitalization to a designated medical institution for infectious diseases
- Hotel medical treatment

*If you have a basic illness or are over the age of 65, you will be hospitalized.

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Each country requirements regarding negative certificate issuance

China

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter China: A negative certificate, issued 72 hours before arrival, is required for entering the country.

A 14 days quarantine, either at a centralised government hotel (with costs covered by the traveller) or your home, is mandatory.

International Restrictions: You will need a valid visa to enter China. Chinese Visa Application Centres have re-opened. From 28 September 2020, holders of valid residence permits attached to work, personal matters and reunion can re-enter China. Holders of expired residence permits can apply for a new one.

A completed "Exit/Entry Health Declaration Form" must be presented upon arrival. The form can be obtained before departure at http://health.customsapp.com/

Korea

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter South Korea:
All arrivals – regardless of nationality and length of stay – are required to be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) and to undergo quarantine for 14 days.

All individuals regardless of nationality who show coronavirus symptoms on arrival will be tested. Those who test positive will be isolated and treated at a hospital or community treatment centre.

Vietnam

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Vietnam:
A negative certificate, issued from 3 to 7 days before entry, is required but subject to special conditions. The test type and method us RT-PCR (nasopharyngeal swab)

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.
Passengers are not permitted to enter Vietnam. This does not apply to:

- Nationals of Vietnam,
- Passengers traveling for official or business purposes; investors, technical experts, skilled workers, business managers, government officials, and passengers with approval from the National Steering Committee on Prevention and Control of COVID-19, provided they have a medical certificate issued by authorities proving that they are free of novel coronavirus.

➀ Certificate must be in English or Vietnamese.
➁ The certificate must include the traveler's name, age (date of birth), gender, nationality, passport number, address in Japan, address in Vietnam, medical institution name, sample inoculation date, test date, test method (PCR ), examination result and the expected date of entry.
➂ The certificate must have a valid seal and signature from the medical institution.
④ From 18 September to board a flight, passengers must hold a certificate showing they have tested negative for the coronavirus no more than five days before the departure date. Upon arrival, they will be tested and placed under quarantine.

📢Reference URL For those who wish to enter Vietnam
For those who wish to enter Vietnam

Philippines

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter the Philippines: A negative certificate prior to departure is not required. A quarantine, up to 14 days, is mandatory. You will have to pre-register with the RT-PCR test from (e-CIF) before your flight and have the test after arrival in Philippines.

📢URL
GUIDE PARA SA MGA RETURNING FILIPINOS SA PILIPINAS

Singapore

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Singapore:
A negative certificate issued 72 hours before departure is required, except for Singapore citizens and permanent residents.

Home/self isolation:
Passengers must comply with the prevailing Stay-Home Notice (SHN) requirements upon entry into Singapore. Please refer to ica.gov.sg. This does not apply to passengers entering Singapore under the Singapore-China Fast Lane. They must comply with requirements found at safetravel.ica.gov.sg.

Passengers must submit a health declaration before arrival via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service (eservices.ica.gov.sg) or via the mobile application.

📢URL
Measures for Inbound Travellers (CAA 20 July 2020)

Indonesia

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Indonesia:
A negative certificate, issued within 7 days of entry, is required. The test type is PCR (Nasopharyngeal swab)

A quarantine, at a government-designated site or self-isolation at home, is mandatory.
In principle, foreigners are prohibited from entering or transiting in Indonesia. As an exception, foreigners who hold ​a Temporary​ or Permanent Stay Permits (ITAS or ITAP) issued by Indonesia, passengers holding diplomatic or service visas or permits issued by Indonesia, support personnel for medical, food, or humanitarian aid, crews of sea, air, or land transportation and passengers who are working in national strategic projects are permitted to enter Japan under the following conditions.

① Possession of an English health certificate issued by the health authorities of each country.
② Stay for 14 days or more in a COVID-19 free area
③ Declaration of readiness to receive 14-day quarantine conducted by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia

*Persons who have a negative PCR certificate will undergo a rapid antibody test at the airport when entering the country, and even if there are no symptoms specific to the new coronavirus infection, 14 days of voluntary isolation is required. For those without a health certificate, a PCR test will be conducted at the time of entry into the country, followed by a maximum of 4 days waiting at a designated hotel until the result is known. If negative, 14 days of voluntary isolation is required. If a positive result is found, transfer to a hospital will be mandatory.

📢URL
Indonesian Government Immigration Regulations Regarding New Coronavirus Measures (FAQ)

Taiwan

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Taiwan:
From 1 December 2020 to 28 February 2021 all passengers, regardless of nationality or travel purpose, arriving or transiting in Taiwan are required to present a certificate of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test, taken within three working days before their date of departure, in order to be able to board their flight to Taiwan

A 14 days quarantine, is mandatory.

📢URL
Applying for a special entry permit (visa)

Thailand

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Thailand:
A negative certificate, issued within 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country. The test type is RT-PCR.

Quarantine is mandatory.

📢URL
COVID-19 Infectious Disease Prevention Measures for Persons Entering Thailand

Nepal

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Nepal:
A RT-PCR negative certificate, issued 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory.

United-States

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.
* Some areas have specific rules. Check the comment section.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter the United States:
A negative certificate is not required, but some areas have specific rules. (see below)

Alaska:
From June 6, all travelers from outside the state (including Alaska residents) will be required to have 14 days of voluntary isolation. However, this does not apply when
(1) presenting the negative result of the PCR test received within 72 hours before departure,
(2) presenting the negative result of the PCR test received within 5 days before departure and a new one 7 to 14 days after arriving in Alaska,
(3) If you received two PCR tests within 7 to 14 days after arrival in Alaska and both were negative.
Violators may be fined up to $25,000 and/or imprisoned for up to one year.

Northern Mariana Islands:
From June 20, in principle, all travelers from outside the island will be exempted from the 14-day quarantine procedure, provided that all the following are met:
・Advance online registration
・Registration and reporting to the monitoring system
・Agreement to sample collection performed 5 days after arrival Furthermore, for non-residents, in addition to the above, PCR test within 3 to 6 days before entering the island must be presented with a certificate.

Guam:
As a general rule, a 14-day quarantine at a facility designated by the Guam government is required. However, if you submit the specified PCR test negative certificate performed within 5 days before entering the country, you will be able to self-isolate at home or at the hotel you booked yourself. In either case, if the PCR test on the 7th day after the entry is negative, the quarantine will be canceled. Also, depending on the stock situation, it may not be available.

Hawaii:
Since March 26, all out-of-state travelers (including Hawaii residents) are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Violators may be fined $5,000 and/or imprisoned for up to one year. A Pre-Travel Testing Program is planned, but won't be launched before 1st October at the earliest.

📢URL
Center fo Disease Control and Prevention

Canada

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Canada:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory, with some exceptions.
https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/diseases-conditions/covid-19-information-essential-service-workers.html

At point of departure, air operators must complete a basic health assessment of every passenger. No passengers (regardless of citizenship) who are showing symptoms of coronavirus will be allowed to board. Further details and latest information are available on the Canadian government website.

📢URL
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-covid19/travel-restrictions-exemptions.html

Brazil

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Brazil:
A negative certificate is required for entering the country.
Quarantine is dependent on local federal state.
Measures are in place in Rio de Janeiro, Belém do Pará, São Luís do Maranhão and Fortaleza.

Australia

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Australia:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country, but all travellers may be required to undergo enhqnced heath screening on arrival.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory at a designated facility (for example, hotel).

New Zealand

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter New-Zealand:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country.

The New Zealand border is currently closed to almost all travelers wanting to travel to New Zealand by either air or sea.

・New Zealand citizens, permanent residents, and residents with valid travel conditions, their partners/children who already have a visa, or diplomats who hold a position in New Zealand may enter without seeking approval first.
・Partners and children of New Zealand citizens or permanent residents who don't have yet a visa, Australian citizens who normally live in New Zealand, critical health work or humanitarian are among the ones who need to seek approval before they travel.

📢URL
Request for travel to New Zealand

England

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required.
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter the United-Kingdom:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country.

British citizens and other foreigners arriving will be assigned to a 14-day quarantine, dependent on the country of travel.

List of countries exempt from quarantine measures:
Coronavirus (COVID-19): travelers exempt from border rules in the UK
Passengers should complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form prior to arrival in the United Kingdom.
Public Health Passenger Locator Form

This does not apply to:
- Passengers holding consular, diplomatic, official, service or special passports, or passports for public affairs,
- Passengers in transit.

Germany

[Update: Nov 4, 2020

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Germany:
A negative certificate is required, subject to special conditions: If you can prove that you are not infected with COVID 19, no quarantine is necessary in most Länder. However, some Länder require you to take another test after a few days.

Travellers entering Germany from a designated risk area must enter quarantine for 10 days and take a COVID-19 test.

Ref
Entry restrictions and quarantine regulations in Germany

France

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter France
A negative certificate is required if coming from outside EU and from a country that is not on the white list exemption. Japan is actually on that list.

Self-isolation mandatory at own accommodation-if coming from outside EU (country white list exempt). Japan is exempted.
A second national lockdown is also in place until, at least, 15th of December. People are allowed to leave home for essential work or medical reasons.

To enter mainland France from a country outside the European space, including Japan, you must fill out and carry with you two documents:
• the exempted movement certificate for Metropolitan France which can be downloaded on the Ministry of the Interior’s website. You must present this certificate to travel companies before using your travel ticket, as well as to border control authorities (for travel by air, sea and land, including by rail).
• A declaration that you do not have COVID-19 symptoms (included in the same document).

Spain

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Spain:
A negative certificate is not required for entering the country.

You need to self-isolate at your own accommodation if coming from outside EU and a country that is not on the white list.

You can travel to Spain if you are travelling from the European Union, from a country in the Schengen area, or from another country which has an agreement with Spain for accepting travellers, including Japan. You need to sign a health control form

📢URL Need to sign a health control form

Italy

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not required
* Pre-screening for COVID-19 might avoid spreading infections while traveling.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Italy:
COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.

Self-isolation at own accommodation-subject to category.

Cambodia

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Cambodia:
A negative certificate, issued 72 hours before arrival, is required for entering the country.

A 14 days quarantine is mandatory. In addition to the negative certificate, all foreigners must:
- Have proof of insurance policy with minimum medical coverage of 50,000 US dollars.
- Be subject to a health risk assessment and screened by the government upon arrival.

Colombia

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Colombia:
A negative PCR certificate is no longer required.

No quarantine is required.

Between 24 hours and 1 hour before departure, you must fill out the ‘Check-Mig’ form, available on the Migración Colombia website.

Croatia

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Croatia:
A negative certificate is required to avoid quarantine.

Third-country nationals are not subject to a 14-day quarantine/self-isolation measure if they present a negative PCR result of a nasal and throat swab for SARS-Cov-2 at the border crossing point, which is not older than 48 hours.

Persons who do not present a negative PCR result are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine/self-isolation measure.

Egypt

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Egypt:
A negative certificate, issued 72 hours before flight departure, is required for entering the country.

The certificate needs to:
- Include the hour and the date of sampling.
- Be issued by an authorized accredited laboratory and stamped with the laboratory’s stamp and does not contain scraping, cancellation or addition.
- Indicate the type of sample taken for the swab.
- Indicate that the type of test is (RT–PCR).

A 14 days quarantine at your own accommodation is mandatory.

Ghana

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Ghana:
A negative certificate, issued 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country. The test method needs to be PCR.

A 14 days quarantine, either at a centralized government hotel (with costs covered by the traveler) or your home, is mandatory.
On arrival, all passengers will be subject to a mandatory COVID-19 test at Kotoka International airport, at their own expense.
Quarantine possible at government-designated facility depending on the test results and other criterias.

Greece

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Not Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers allowed to enter Greece:
A negative certificate from a test performed up to 72 hours before departure is required for entering Greece from Japan.

All visitors arriving by air, land or sea transport will be subject to random tests upon arrival. In the event of a positive result, they will be contacted and placed in a 14-day quarantine, with the expenses covered by the Greek state.

Hong Kong

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Hong Kong:
A negative certificate, issued 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

Travelers will also be required to provide a letter issued by the relevant authority of the government of the place in which the laboratory or healthcare institution is located, certifying that the laboratory or healthcare institution is recognized or approved by the government.

Passengers are subject to medical screening upon arrival and quarantine for 14 days.

Jordan

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers that are permitted to enter Jordan:
All passengers, including Jordanians, arriving in Jordan by special repatriation flights or via land borders will be PCR tested upon arrival.

Passengers arriving from Japan are required to self-isolate for one week even if their PCR test result is negative.

South Africa

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter South Africa:
A negative certificate, produced 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

If you fail to produce a paper copy of a negative COVID-19 test you will be required to quarantine at a government-appointed facility at your own cost. Self-isolation is not required if you have provided the negative COVID-19 test.

Morocco

[Update: Nov 4, 2020]

📝 PCR test required
Required.

📝 Certification
For passengers who are permitted to enter Morocco:
A PCR negative certificate, issued up to 72 hours before departure, is required for entering the country.

A quarantine at a government designated site is mandatory for anyone who presents symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival.

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Maintenant

Les personnes soupçonnées d'être infectées par un coronavirus peuvent subir un examen réglementaire

Symptômes précoces les plus courants

● Fièvre
● Toux sèche
● Malaise

Symptômes précoces les plus courants

● Douleur
● Mal de gorge
● Conjonctivite
● Maux de tête
● Perte de goût ou d'odeur
● Éruption cutanée
● Décoloration des mains et des pieds