Elderly care services cover more than half of rural communities in China

Elderly care services cover more than half of rural communities in china

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China has allocated more than 17.2 billion yuan ($2.41 billion) to building and transforming facilities for the elderly since its 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025). By the end of 2021, 21.323 million low-income elderly people had received social assistance, while 3.71 million had been included in special hardship relief and support.

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