Disabled people forgotten during Covid, BBC research reveals

“Millions spent months shielding, having to battle for basic support like healthcare, supermarket deliveries, financial support and social care,” said James Taylor, executive director at disability equality charity Scope. “Horrifying reports of DNRs [do-not-resuscitate orders] being placed on people without their consent left many fearing they’d not get treatment if they caught the virus.

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