58% of disabled and chronically ill people feel anxious about the easing of lockdown rules

A survey conducted by Disability Horizons has found that nearly 60% of people feel really anxious about the easing of lockdown restrictions, and 49% feel the same about the changes to the shielding guidelines. Read on to find out what the new shielding guidelines are, discover more about what disabled people really think and read first-hand experiences from people who have been shielding.

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One thought on “58% of disabled and chronically ill people feel anxious about the easing of lockdown rules

  1. I’m a little surprised it isn’t higher than nearly 58%. I personally think far more of the general population, illness & disability or not, should be more concerned. The easing of restrictions seems to be suggesting that everything’s going back to normal, but really nothing’s changed where the virus is concerned. It’s very disconcerting.
    Caz xx

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