Lockdown Effect: People all over the world are imprisoned due to coronavirus. Meanwhile, cases of domestic violence and infighting have increased. The situation is reaching to divorce. In such a situation, a Japanese company has started a unique business of keeping stressed spouses in lockdown and protecting them from ‘coronavirus divorce‘.
Japan’s short-term rental firm, while marketing its vacant apartments, spoke of keeping the separated couples separated. Tokyo-based company Kasoku told customers, “Please contact us before the coronavirus divorce.” Those who want to spend time alone, not with their family, can take advantage of it.
Spend 3 thousand rupees per day
Japan’s government has declared a state of emergency in 7 areas after the coronavirus. The exit is not banned, but people are prohibited from unnecessarily crowding. Schools are closed and people are working from home. Those who want to stay in his apartment as per Kasoku’s offer will have to spend around Rs. 3000 per day. A company spokesperson said that from April 3, the company started the service and has so far received 20 customers. In this service, 30 minutes of free divorce counseling from a legal company is also being given for free.
Someone troubled by any quarrel while others many bored
The spokesperson said, “Among these customers is a woman who ran away after a fight with her husband, another woman has said that she wants to spend some time for herself, she is tired, because of the closure of the school.” The children also stay at home and the husband is also working from home. He added, ‘We do not have confirmed data to suggest that divorce cases are on the rise, but media reports are saying that divorces are getting higher in China and Russia after the lockdown, so to start this service We got the idea.
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