95% of disabled people won’t travel abroad until there is a vaccine for Covid-19 or we know more about it

A survey has found that nearly 60% of disabled and chronically ill people won’t travel abroad until we know more about Covid-19, and 39% until there is a vaccine. 49% also feel unhappy about the reopening of holiday accommodation in the UK.

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

Here is Emma’s latest article on Disability Horizons about th UK’s latest changes to shielding guidelines.

PPE: all you need to know and how to buy it

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, personal protective equipment (PPE) – and often the lack of it – has been a hot topic. PPE, such as gloves, aprons and masks, help to protect you and people around you from being infected with Covid-19.