Coronavirus COVID-19 Disability Japan

Urayasu City to offer free home delivery service to people with disabilities who might have COVID-19

The target of this project are people who need assistance due to obstacles, etc., and citizens who live alone. It will deliver food for three days (about 3,000 yen) such as retort foods to the house up to five times, and will also manage physical condition and provide consultation support.

Written with extracts translated from The Tokyo Shimbun

August 11 2020

Urayasu City, Chiba – Urayasu City has started an emergency support project for people with disabilities who have been waiting at their home due to the new coronavirus being after positively diagnosed or at home due a possibility of infection. City officials aim to deliver groceries etc. free of charge.

The target of this project are people who need assistance due to obstacles, etc., and citizens who live alone. It will deliver food for three days (about 3,000 yen) such as retort foods to the house up to five times, and will also manage physical condition and provide consultation support.

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