Japan’s financial help for the COVID-19 vaccinations will last until the end of November 2021. Clinics and hospitals with an increased number of vaccinations and those with special programs, as well as small to medium-sized businesses, will receive the financial aid. The country’s 1,741 municipalities and Tokyo’s 23 wards plan to finish the vaccination of senior citizens aged 65 and above by the end of July. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will then use the extension to complete the vaccination of employees and the younger generation by the end of November this year. Businesses can receive up to ¥1000 of financial assistance per shot. Universities and vocational schools can also get financial support if they plan vaccination programs.