Japan considers a second COVID-19 payment to vulnerable households

The Japan government is considering to provide monthly payments for needy households to help ease the financial strain due to COVID-19 pandemic. Considering monthly payments are ¥60,000 for single-member households, ¥80,000 for two-person households and ¥100,000 for households composed of three or more people for three months from July by earmarking ¥50 billion from the fiscal 2021 initial budget. To support households reeling from the pandemic, the government has also provided interest-free loan programs without collateral.

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Source: The Japan Times

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