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Despite ending of state of emergency, care facilities for disabled suffer from lower revenues

Due to the spread of the new coronavirus many home-care facilities that offer helpers to people with disabilities who have difficulties going out by themselves are suffering from lower revenues.

Extract translated from The Chunichi Shinbun

June 23 2020

Due to the spread of the new coronavirus many home-care facilities that offer helpers to people with disabilities who have difficulties going out by themselves are suffering from lower revenues. This is because the use of services associated with going out as a hobby has decreased and cancellations have increased as a result of the people being discouraged from going out unnecessarily and urgently. Even this month, the trend of going out less frequently and shortening the time continues, the staff in charge said, “Even if we try to reduce the deficit, some businesses will close if the second wave of infection comes. It may come out..”

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