• Kyodo


Five out of the 35 Indonesians who passed Japan’s qualification examination in March to serve as care workers for the elderly and disabled have returned home, an increase from the initially announced two, the health ministry said Friday.

The newly added three Indonesians have also expressed hope to go back to Indonesia, despite their success in the exam, according to the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry.

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