Disability Rights Advocate Resorts to Freedom of Information Application to Unearth the Ford Government’s Secret Plans for Critical Care Triage if Overcrowded Hospitals Can’t Serve All Critically-Ill Patients

To Mark today, Global Accessibility Awareness Day, the AODA Alliance makes public a Freedom of Information application by its chair, David Lepofsky, filed to finally enable the public to see the Ford Government’s secret plans for critical care triage. Since the pandemic began over 14 months ago, the Ford Government has kept a tight lid on its critical care triage plans. This new Freedom of Information application tries to drag into public light The Government’s plans on this life-and-death issue. (Key excerpt from the Freedom of Information application set out below).