As the mother of a woman who lives with disability, Dot Leigh is relieved her vulnerable daughter will soon have access to a COVID-19 vaccine.
But like many disability advocates, she says questions about the rollout remain largely unanswered.
- People with disability and staff in residential care are part of the first phase of the vaccine rollout, expected to start next month
- But disability advocates said it was still unclear who was included in that first phase of the rollout
- Advocates said more clarity was needed to build trust and take away the fear factor for people living with disability
The Geelong mum is the primary carer for 44-year-old Rosie who lives with Down syndrome and an intellectual disability.
Ms Leigh, who is…