The number of cases of abuse against people with disabilities confirmed by local governments in Japan grew in fiscal 2020 by 64 from the previous year to 2,801, the highest on record, according to the welfare ministry.
The ministry believes the rise reflected increases in the numbers of consultations and reports about such cases received by local governments.
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