COVID-19

Fighting for Disability Rights During the Pandemic

As COVID-19 impacts all Americans, the National Disability Rights Network is urging Congress and the Administration to safeguard the rights of people with disabilities in the federal response to the pandemic. At the local and state level, Protection and Advocacy agencies continue to fight for the rights of people with disabilities, including equal access to testing and treatment.

P&A Network Response to Medical Rationing

Complaints filed due to medical rationing schemes: Washington, Alabama, Kansas, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Utah, Oregon, New York, Oklahoma, North Carolina. States that have written letters to governors (or mayor for DC): New York, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, New Jersey, Delaware, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Texas, Nebraska, Colorado, Georgia, New Hampshire, California, Montana, Connecticut, Massachusetts, District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Dakota, Maine, Minnesota, Alaska, North Carolina, Mississippi. States that have filed complaints and have written letters: Kansas, Pennsylvania, Utah, Oregon, New York, Oklahoma.
Complaints filed due to medical rationing schemes: Washington, Alabama, Kansas, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Utah, Oregon, New York, Oklahoma, North Carolina. States that have written letters to governors (or mayor for DC): New York, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, New Jersey, Delaware, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Texas, Nebraska, Colorado, Georgia, New Hampshire, California, Montana, Connecticut, Massachusetts, District of Columbia, Rhode Island, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Dakota, Maine, Minnesota, Alaska, North Carolina, Mississippi. States that have filed complaints and have written letters: Kansas, Pennsylvania, Utah, Oregon, New York, Oklahoma.

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