64 people, including nurses from Vietnam, arrive at 4:22 p.m. on November 9th to ease immigration restrictions.
In response to the easing of restrictions on entry into Vietnam for the Corona Virus antivirus, 64 Vietnamese who are aiming to work as nurses and care workers in Japan arrived in Japan on September 9.
Under the EPA-Economic Partnership Agreement with Vietnam, the government has been accepting Vietnamese people who aim to work as nurses and care workers in Japan for six years, but has stopped accepting them due to the entry restriction measures for the Corona Virus antivirus.
As immigration restrictions eased in July and the country was in good shape, the government resumed accepting candidates for nurses and care workers, and 64 people arrived in Japan on September 9.
After 14 days of waiting at the receiving destination, the candidates will receive training in Japanese, nursing and nursing care for two and a half months, and then aim to obtain a national qualification while working in hospitals and nursing homes nationwide.
The government will resume accepting foreign nurses and care workers due to labor shortages in the field, so it will resume accepting people between Indonesia and the Philippines.