The Covid-19 pandemic created a vast amount of problems for all people around the world. As Americans race to respond to the ever-changing landscape of the virus, we find ourselves living a lifestyle that is isolating and cut off from the services we are normally able to access. That makes the risk factors for sexual harassment, abuse, and assault among people with disabilities are greater during this Covid-19 pandemic.
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April 30, 2020 - 12:54pm
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HARRISBURG — Today, Pennsylvania’s leading voices for victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault issued a stark warning: COVID-19 will inflict traumatic consequences and casualties far beyond those measured in the daily count outlining positive COVID-19 tests, hospitalizations and virus-related deaths.