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An Indian city organizes a special camp to give Corona vaccines to people with disabilities.. Know the details

Authorities in an Indian city have organized a special camp to administer the Corona vaccine to people with disabilities through the car, in an attempt to tackle low vaccination rates, especially among the most vulnerable members of society.

Organizers of the weekend campaign in Ahmedabad, the largest city in Gujarat, aim to vaccinate 500 disabled people, who often struggle to book slots and get to vaccination centres, according to Reuters.

People who take advantage of the offer line up in the center in vehicles, wheelchairs and scooters designated for the disabled, to receive free doses of the Covid vaccine.

"The vaccination process is now more convenient," said Mahendra Chudasma, a 45-year-old man with a visual impairment.

In another context, India recorded 80,834 new infections with the Corona virus that causes "Covid-19", during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of infected people to 29,439,989 cases.

And the Indian Ministry of Health, according to what was reported by the Indian newspaper "Times of India" today, Sunday, that the country also recorded 3,303 new deaths during the same period, bringing the total deaths since the start of the pandemic to 370,384 people.

And it reported that 132,062 cases of recovery were similar during the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of people recovered to 28,043,446 people.

According to the latest data, the number of currently active cases in India has decreased to one million and 26 thousand and 159 cases.