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130,000 people with special needs served by dedicated online platform since start of 2023

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Some 130,000 people with special needs who belong in high-risk groups have carried out all required bureaucratic procedures, except for medical examinations, via the online platform of the Disability Certification Center (KEPA) since the start of 2023, the Labour & Social Insurance Ministry reported on Thursday.

Overall, nearly 300,000 people with special needs have found substantial help the digital platform since it launched in September 2022, it was added, doing away with thousands of on-site visits and protecting personal data.

Dealing with long-term issues of people with special needs is high on the list of priorities of the Labour & Social Insurance Ministry, said minister Adonis Georgiadis, adding that the digital transformation of the unified national insurance fund e-EFKA has now made their daily lives easier.

SOURCE; ANA-MPA

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