- 6 Jun 2005
They are not above the law; if they refuse travel to anyone who is exempt, they could be in hot water. See this case for example:They use the term “face coverings” not face masks. For those that feel unable to wear a close fitting mask, the clear visors that sit away from the skin are available. Why would that not be possible, apart from for those that are opposed on an ideological basis?
Their house, their rules. And face visors would surely be an acceptable alternative?
A disabled woman assisted by Kester Disability Rights has been paid £7,000 in compensation by a service provider who refused her access to a service because she was unable to wear a face mask. The pay-out was achieved through negotiation as there was...
A disabled woman assisted by Kester Disability Rights has been paid £7,000 in compensation by a service provider who refused her access to a service because she was unable to wear a face mask.
That's good for you, but disability rights charities have had a tsunami of discrimination cases to deal with.I’m asthmatic and don’t feel that my disability rights have been infringed in any way during the pandemic.
That's great news for you, but sadly does not apply to everyone.I also don’t believe that being asked to wear a mask in any way affects my life.
Those who have little respect for people with anxieties, medical conditions, hidden disabilities do, yes.Some people need to grow up.