Polish gov't to co-finance transport of disabled to vaccination points

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The Polish government will co-finance 80% of local governments' costs for transporting disabled people to get vaccinated against COVID-19, Deputy Interior Minister Paweł Szefernaker announced, according to Polish news agency PAP.

The government has set the rates in cities of more than 100,000 residents at PLN 75 (EUR 16.64) and in municipalities of fewer than 100,000 at PLN 65 (EUR 14.42), with the rate for transporting an able-bodied person set at PLN 30 (EUR 6.65), the minister said.

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