People are Really Scared: Ontarians with Disabilities Worry They’ll Be Denied Care

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The government’s draft triage protocol has advocates calling for confirmation that patients with disabilities will have access to critical hospital care during COVID-19. This article discusses the worries of many families and individuals. It also references an open letter sent by ARCH Disability Law Centre to the Ford Government that was signed by 204 organizations across Canada and 4,884 individuals. The letter asks the government to affirm that patients with disabilities will not be denied critical hospital care in a COVID-19 emergency because of their disabilities.

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