Appointed Minister of Loneliness in Japan

Web Desk For the first time in Japan, a “lone minister” has been appointed to reduce the rising suicide rate. The lone minister will have to take steps to end the loneliness of the people and reduce the suicide rate in the country. More people have died of the suicidal virus in Japan in the past year.

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has added alone minister to his cabinet to stem the rising suicide rate in the country. According to the Japanese government report, women in Japan are more affected by loneliness than men, which is why their suicide rates are rising.

According to the news report, Minister has been tasked with reducing residential and social isolation with the government policies.

Japan Police figures saying that in 2020, about 21,000 people had lost their lives. It should be noted that Japan is not the first country to set up such a ministry, a similar ministry was set up in the UK in 2018.

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