“A Tsunami of disability.” 

That’s how the ongoing influx of newly disabled people as a result of COVID-19 has been described, in this case by Claire Pomeroy for Scientific American. That increase, estimated recently to be north of one million people by The Center for American Progress, has caused significant discomfort in the disability community.

It's a sense of unease that could have lasting mental health consequences for all involved. 

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