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Staying home reduced stress; Lowest suicide numbers in the past five years in Japan

Suicide rate in Japan decreased by 20 percent in days of staying at home due to the new type of coronavirus compared to the same period last year. While the Covid-19 pandemic increased the stress rate, the opposite was expected while the country saw the lowest suicide numbers in the last 5 years.

Reasons such as people spending more time with their families, less use of public transportation, opening the school year late were observed in reducing the stress factors. 400 fewer people ended their lives in Japan than in April last year. In Japan, where suicide rates have begun to decline in recent years, the lowest figures for April were observed after the pandemic.

The decision to stay at home due to coronavirus caused 40 percent of their institutions to close or decrease their working hours by suicide measure in the country. But the reduction of life’s stress factors balanced the situation.


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