Deaf and blind people say they’ve been forgotten during pandemic – BBC News
As the lockdown eases, social distancing rules designed to keep everyone safe are having a significant impact on millions of lives.
But for many deaf and blind people, the distancing rules and wearing of face masks has made the world almost impossible to navigate.
Many deaf and blind people feel they’ve been forgotten during the pandemic and fear the virus will continue to affect their lives far into the future.
Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by disability news correspondent Nikki Fox.
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