The U.K. is one of the countries where people who have a valid passport and have stayed in Japan have been subject to the travel ban.
But the U.N. is warning that it is also a safe haven for those who want to travel to the U, but do not have a visa.
In a tweet Thursday, the U to the United Nations said that “it is vital that U.KS. citizens and permanent residents who have valid passports are not forced to leave Japan,” and urged them to take steps to avoid travel.
The U to U.
Ns. said the travel restrictions would “protect the safety and security of all people traveling to the UK and U. S. on commercial airlines.”
Travelers have reported feeling anxiety about the ban, which affects the entire world, even in countries like China.
Many have tried to avoid using Japan by booking flights and using Japan’s online booking system to make reservations.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.