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Members of LGBTQI+ receive COVID-19 vaccine in Bangalore


Bangalore, Jun 29 (EFE/EPA).- Members of LGBTQI community in the Indian city of Bangalore on Tuesday received a shot of Russian Sputnik V vaccine against COVID-19. India on Tuesday registered less than 40,000 fresh cases of the coronavirus for the first time in more than three months, as the country is recovering from the worst outbreak of the pandemic worldwide, as over 400,000 daily cases were recorded at its peak in May.In the last 24 hours, India registered 37,566 new cases, the lowest in 102 days, while the total number of infections since the beginning of the pandemic has touched 30.3 million, according to data provided by the health ministry. (Camera: JAGADEESH NV).SHOT LIST: A COVID-19 VACCINATION DRIVE FOR MEMBERS OF LGBTQI COMMUNITY IN BANGALORE, INDIA.

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