Miyagi Marumorimachi Many residents at the application desk for the disaster certificate October 19th 13:18

In Marumori Town, Miyagi Prefecture, where many houses were damaged by Typhoon No. 19, many residents visit the application window for the “Risk Certificate” required to receive public support.

In Marumoricho, the rivers in the town flooded and flooded a wide area, causing damage to many houses.

The town has begun accepting applications for disaster certificates from the 15th of this month, but on the 19th of Saturday, the town hall is also responding and many people visit the window.
The inhabitants who visited visited the staff to explain the situation of the damaged house by explaining the current situation of the broken house and showing the photograph at the time of flooding.

A man in his 40s who came to the application said, “I run a barbershop, but the ground floor is flooded and I cannot use my work tools. I want to rebuild with support.”
In addition, a woman in her 50s who was inundated at home said, “I often worry about the future and I am worried.”

Next to the application desk for disaster certificates, the bar association established a consultation section to advise residents about the disaster support system.

According to the town, about 500 people have completed the application by the 18th, so we will accept the application at the government office after the 20th.