Inclusion Ireland says new guidelines give clarity to medics during pandemic

Inclusion Ireland is welcoming new guidelines for doctors treating people with disabilities during the pandemic.

There were fears if covid-19 had overwhelmed intensive care units, life-saving treatment would have to be rationed.

Inclusion Ireland says the new rules give clarity to medics and will reassure people with disabilities that they will get equal treatment if they fall ill during the crisis.

Inclusion Ireland CEO Enda Egan says the original guidelines caused huge concerns: