Marcus King Live Tour cancels stops in Australia and Japan due to COVID-19 restrictions

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Marcus King Live Tour cancels stops in Australia and Japan due to COVID-19 restrictions

Marcus King announced on social media that due to current COVID-19 policies in Australia and Japan, he and his band will not be stopping in either country in 2022.

Currently, all travelers arriving in Japan are subject to a seven-day quarantine period and vaccination status does not affect the duration of quarantine. In addition, travelers are prohibited from using public transport; domestic flights, taxis and rail services for the duration of their quarantine period.

Australia recently shared that from February 21, 2022, all fully vaccinated visa holders can travel to Australia without a travel exemption. However, unvaccinated visa holders will still need a valid travel exemption to enter Australia. No mandatory quarantine period upon arrival is in effect. The country is also starting to open up again and this year will welcome many artists and travelers for festivals.

Read more about COVID-19 cases in Australia here.

“We will return to see the family across the Pacific as soon as possible,” King wrote in the statement.

See the king’s announcement below:

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