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Colombia Video Relay Service

In Colombia, deaf people can use free sign language interpreters via the Colombia video relay service to help with phone calls.
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In Colombia, deaf people can use free sign language interpreters via video to help with phone calls. The Colombia video relay service has been active since 2001. Meanwhile, Paraguay started a similar service in 2013. Furthermore, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Mexico are learning more about it.

This web page is accessible for people using screen reading software, with minimal difficulty. Furthermore, the same text is available in accessible Word file format.

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