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Venezuelan boy translates World Cup sticker album into braille

Sebastian Filoramo, Venezuela, used his braille typewriter to make 2022 Qatar World Cup stickers more accessible.

The 12-year-olds braille onto tape and stick it to the stickers.

Sebastian’s dad uses glue to guide the stickers in the right section.

Sebastian estimates that 600 stickers are required to complete the album. Sebastian also says that he still has a lot of stickers to go.

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The Qatar World Cup begins on 20 November.

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