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Overview of the FY2021 Initial Budget

Total Budget

The General Account Budget for FY2021 is ¥162 billion, and the total budget of the three special accounts, the National Health Insurance Business Account, Medical Care System for Senior Citizens Account, and the Long-Term Care Insurance Account is ¥208 billion.

Unit: million yen, %

Category FY2021 FY2020 Comparison
Budget Budget Rate of change
General Account  162,410 145,440 11.7
National Health Insurance Business Account  23,252 23,566 –1.3
Medical Care System for Senior Citizens Account 5,754 5,740 0.3
Long-Term Care Insurance Account 16,975 18,233 –6.9
Total 208,392 192,979 8.0

Budget totals may not match because, in principle, costs are rounded off to the nearest whole number and fractions are not applied.

Protecting the Life and Health of Resident from COVID-19:
Budget to Build a Bright Future with Resident

Priority initiatives in the FY2021 budget

*These are the main initiatives.

1. Efforts to protect the lives and health of residents from COVID-19
2,309 million yen

Efforts to combat the COVID-19

Protecting residents and healthcare workers through vaccination

 

Strengthening the Minato Health Center system, support PCR testing, and home treatment

 

COVID-19 Vaccinations Strengthening the health center system
Safety and security induced by pandemic

Setting up medical safety support center to provide consultation and other treatment-related services

 

Support PCR testing at facilities used by elderly and disabled

 

Medical Safety Support Center PCR tests at facilities for the elderly
Support for children, elderly, and disabled

Supporting the lives of children, elderly, and disabled with infected parents/caregivers

 

Supporting all pregnant women with interviews and gift certificates

 

Providing area for children, elderly, disabled Minato Pre-mama Support Project

2. Efforts to support residents’ lives and protect industry from COVID-19
5,621 million yen

Reducing burdens on residents’ lives

Issuing of family register and resident register certificate free of charge for one year

 

Delivering groceries selected by users to low-income households raising children who need economic support

 

No fees for certificates Enjoy Select Program
Supporting small and medium-sized enterprises and shopping district in Minato City

Supporting re-establishment of businesses, small and medium-sized enterprises

 

Subsidizing the take-out and the costs of COVID-19 countermeasures, and consider computerizing gift certificates

 

Support for small and medium-sized enterprises Support for the shopping district
Support for Community Activities

Expand subsidies for activities of neighborhood association

 

Supporting the maintenance and continuation of activities of cultural and artistic groups

 

Support for neighborhood association activities Support for continuing cultural and artistic activities

3. To create a community that nurtures children
13,378 million yen

Opening of the Minato Children and Families General Support Center

Providing seamless support throughout the community to protect the lives and rights of children



 

Improving the quality of childcare

Making part of the childcare fees free to reduce the burden on parents

 

Supporting temporary childcare services at small childcare facilities

 

Reducing the burden of extended daycare Support for temporary daycare services
Improving child-raising environments Providing educational environment

Expanding usage of postpartum doulas

 

Opening Shibahama Elementary School in April 2022 and establish scholarship program

 

Expansion and training of postpartum doulas Providing educational environment for
all children

 

4. Efforts to realize a society where all can live in good health and comfort
1,860 million yen

Creating barrier-free environments and employment opportunities for people with disabilities Providing educational environment

Developing apps that are convenient for the disabled

 

Introducing the use of avatar robots

 

Apps for the disabled Job creation for the disabled
Promoting communities of coexistence

Looking after people with dementia so they can live with peace of mind

 

Conducting basic Japanese language classes

 

Certification for businesses aiding people with dementia Japanese language learning support
Building a safe and secure city

Promoting safe and comfortable road

 

Promoting barrier-free access in Minato City

 

Basic Policy on Bicycle Transportation Promoting barrier-free
Caring about the environment and realizing a sustainable society

Developing enclosed smoking areas outside

 

Raising incentives for group collection organizations

 

Promoting Minato City smoking rules Promoting recycling activities

 

5. Resident services for the new era
635 million yen

Creating environment for the new era

Conducting a field study on residents regarding the use of ICT

 

Conduct tests and remote interactions using 5G

 

ICT awareness survey Utilizing 5G
Educational standards for the new era

Introducing digital textbooks and content for children

 

Introducing electronic book services

 

Promoting GIGA Schools Developing electronic book services
Improving resident services by using ICT

Conducting tests of nursing care robots and promote online prevention

 

 

Promoting cashless services at municipal facilities

 

Utilizing ICT in nursing care Promoting cashless systems
Measures for welfare consultation services

Preparations for establishing consultation services

 

Preparations for establishing a comprehensive welfare consultation services

 

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