Ian Franks lambastes politicians for putting popularity and votes ahead of health and life in choosing to ease lockdowns and restrictions too soon
Ian Franks piles derision on Trump's idea that doing less testng will really reduce the number of COVID-19 cases in the US.
COVID-19: Death figures are of great interest to anyone considered to be vulnerable, such as those with diseases including MS, those with disabilities, and those over 70.
Ian Franks warns against falling foul of phishing emails. He may be thought of as vulnerable, with MS, having a disability, and aged in his late 60s, but he didn’t get caught out. Nor should you.
In the US, President Trump is at odds with his most senior adviser, Dr Fauci. Ian Franks says Trump seems more interested in the pandemic’s effect on the economy than on the lives of his own citizens.
Ian Franks says there are strange similarities between possible causes of the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2001 foot-and-mouth epidemic in the UK. People with MS, disabilities, and otherwise vulnerable are asking. Is the truth being hidden?
Some people have taken it upon themselves to ignore the needs of the many, demanding immediate action to ease, if not end, the restrictions brought in to help stop the spread of the virus, in the US. Why? For no good reason.
Confusion reigns across the world, especially among people with multiple sclerosis - and then there's Trump.
Coronavirus: Several US states as well as the UK enter forms of lockdown, people with MS included in UK's vulnerable list, Spain's police enforce country's harsh restrictions as fines are doubled.
Vulnerable people are at risk because social work budgets cuts make it impossible to prepare meaningful care packages. And that is besides cuts to the government’s welfare benefits. It’s the job of social workers to assess what support someone needs to keep them safe and able to live independently. Community Care magazine and the Care … Continue reading Care cuts put those in need at risk