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Japanese real estate Agency Kasoku found a way to prevent boom “coronavirus” divorce — it offers to rent a private room for couples in crisis family life due to prolonged stay in isolation. Reported by Business Insider.
According to the representative of Kasoku, living in separate rooms gives the couple the opportunity to enjoy each other. They get time to think about problems, and it can save the marriage. For its part, the Agency rents out rooms for remote operation.
The practice was launched after social networks has gained widespread the term “coronelismo” (corona divorce, divorce because of coronavirus), which implies the disintegration of the family due to the long time spent together during the period of self-isolation. However, a boom of divorces can be attributed to the fact that the organization responsible for the conduct of divorce proceedings, were closed for the entire period of the quarantine, and after removing the restrictions they had to work out “pent-up demand”.
In March, the number of divorces has increased dramatically in China. At least two Chinese cities of XI’an and Dojo — the value of marriage breakdown has reached a record high.
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