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People with invisible disabilities struggle to differentiate themselves during covid-19 crisis. They’r more vulnerable than they look.


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People with invisible disabilities struggle to differentiate themselves during covid-19 crisis. They’r more vulnerable than they look. Unfortunately humans behave in different ways and don’t follow the rules of wearing masks or keeping distance. People with invisible illnesses (i.e. lupus, other autoimmune conditions, diabetes) struggle during pandemic for 2 reasons: 1) it is hard to differentiate who is more clinically vulnerable and who needs space; 2) it is hard to receive medical help for non-covid related conditions due to lack of resources in healthcare.


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