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Chennai, Aug 20 (EFE/EPA).- The Chennai Municipal Corporation authorities carried out Friday a special Covid-19 vaccination drive to vaccinate the 2004 Tsunami survivors and their families at Kannagi Nagar, which serves as a resettlement area for Tsunami victims which struck the city of Chennai on 26 December 2004. (Camera: IDREES MOHAMMED)SHOT LIST: VACCINATION DRIVE FOR VICTIMS AND FAMILY MEMBERS OF THOSE AFFECTED BY THE DECEMBER 2004 TSUNAMI IN CHENNAI, INDIA.

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