We're supporting NHS Test and Trace to conduct research into the experience and accessibility of getting a home test for coronavirus (COVID-19) and they would love to hear from you if you are blind or partially sighted.
The Government is to test audio devices for blind and partially sighted voters in the spring.
Our recommendations on improving the accessibility of the process are being taken forward by the Test and Trace team. In the meantime, we wanted to outline some of the key parts of using a home testing kit for you to be aware of so that you can take a test successfully now.
We've highlighted issues the Government needs to consider, to make the coronavirus vaccine roll-out work for blind and partially sighted people.
A group of leading disability charities, including RNID, Sense and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), have teamed up to challenge Downing Street directly about significant concerns over the accessibility of public health information in relation to coronavirus.