[ Tehatta, West Bengal, INDIA ] Rahul, 24, contracted polio at an early age. He can’t stand because of his defective legs and walks with his hands. He has carried his necessary documents and ‘mask’ in a plastic bag on his jaws in the distribution of disability aids donation function, an initiative of the Indian Red Cross Society Tehatta with the support of ALIMCO (Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India) at Tehatta, Nadia, West Bengal, India on September 29, 2020. If he wears a mask during coronavirus, he will not be able to carry anything. People with disabilities (PWDs) are more susceptible to viruses like Covid-19 relative to others. Like “hand-washing” is a mandatory precaution, but PWDs face serious limitations to follow this practice frequently. Besides, there is a lack of public toilets for them. Most of the PWDs are largely dependent on the family or relatives. Many caregivers may be reluctant to provide their services as the coronavirus is highly contagious. Persons with intellectual impairment cannot be expected to practice or cope with self-isolation.