People with diabetes ‘forgotten’ amid imminent easing of lockdown – Pharmafield

People with diabetes have been ‘forgotten’ amid imminent easing of lockdown according to Diabetes UK. They say that steps to ease lockdown and reopen the UK risk leaving millions of people with diabetes in the dark about how best to keep themselves safe.

Last week announcements from the UK Government laid out plans to ease shielding measures, and to revise social distancing rules in England in an attempt to get the UK reopened following lockdown. But Diabetes UK is warning that not enough is being done to keep people with diabetes – and those with other long term conditions – safe, and that the guidance for clinically vulnerable people, and employers, remains unclear.

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