TRIBUNNEWS.COM, TOKYO – The Japanese government to date has distributed subsidies to 125.7 million people or around 99.7 percent of the total population.
Meanwhile about 400,000 people did not receive the subsidy because they did not apply for subsidies.
This subsidy is given by the government to residents affected by the corona virus each worth 100,000 yen.
“Various reasons why 400,000 people do not receive subsidies are because they refuse to accept cash subsidies, as wealthy people or have high prestige, as well as other reasons,” said the source. Tribunnews.com, Friday (14/5/2021).
The 100,000 yen uniform cash benefit began at the end of April 2020 as an emergency economic measure following the spread of the coronavirus infection.
And at the end of March 2021, including several local governments that extended application deadlines due to damage from heavy rains.
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By then, all the municipalities had completed their benefits.
According to a summary of the Japanese Ministry of Home Affairs and Communications, a total of 12.67 trillion yen was paid to an estimated 126.7 million people, or 99.7 percent of the estimated population.
It is estimated that around 400,000 people did not apply for subsidies for some reason and did not receive benefits.
As a result, around 60 billion yen from the prepared budget will be returned to the state treasury in full.
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