COVID Central

COVID Central is designed to provide timely information on P&A/CAP network SPECIFIC responses to the Coronavirus Pandemic. These quick highlights will feature creative interventions and collective concerns as we continue to receive P&A insights. Through these updates, we hope to keep the network informed, inspired and involved during the Coronavirus pandemic.

If your P&A has an effective strategy/suggestion related to monitoring, investigations, representative payee activities or any other approaches implemented by your P&A to protect disability rights in relation to COVID-19, please contact Justine “Justice” Shorter, Disaster Protection Advisor by phone at (202) 880-2435 or by email at justine.shorter@ndrn.org.

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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