Cardboard beds at Narita airport near Tokyo set up for people who have to wait for the results of government coronavirus quarantine checks. Photo: APCardboard beds at Narita airport near Tokyo set up for people who have to wait for the results of government coronavirus quarantine checks. Photo: AP
Cardboard beds at Narita airport near Tokyo set up for people who have to wait for the results of government coronavirus quarantine checks. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: Japan airport builds cardboard ‘hotel’ for stranded travellers

  • Narita Airport, near Tokyo, set up the facility in its baggage-claim area for passengers awaiting the results of virus tests
  • Results can come as quickly as six hours, but delays now mean many take as long as one or two days, a health official said
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Cardboard beds at Narita airport near Tokyo set up for people who have to wait for the results of government coronavirus quarantine checks. Photo: APCardboard beds at Narita airport near Tokyo set up for people who have to wait for the results of government coronavirus quarantine checks. Photo: AP
Cardboard beds at Narita airport near Tokyo set up for people who have to wait for the results of government coronavirus quarantine checks. Photo: AP
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