Today a coalition of charities and organisations have published a letter to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock MP demanding the continuation of telemedicine for early medical abortion beyond the pandemic.
Signatories include the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), the Royal College of Midwives, Women’s Aid, Rape Crisis, Amnesty International, MSI Reproductive Choices UK, and Stonewall.
Telemedicine has made abortion care more accessible than ever before. It can’t be left behind with the pandemic.
We’re proud to sign today’s open letter to Matt Hancock and Helen Whately asking them to stand with those that need abortion care and not to revoke access to telemedicine.
You can read the letter at this link: Coalition of charities call on Health Sec to permanently legalise at-home early medical abortion care