As everybody knows at this point, we are living during these months an exceptional situation due to a global sanitary crisis caused by COVID-19. This fact has provoked important changes in our everyday lives and has made necessary to adopt preventive measures by governments of all countries.
In these kind of situations more than any other, accessibility has to be kept in mind, as it is an event where everybody is implicated and involved, so everybody has to be taken into account. Above all, during this global emergency, persons with chronic diseases and elder people are those most affected so information, measures, communication channels, special transports, working conditions, care services, and any other needs have to be covered and adapted to the widest range of people and avoid leaving anyone out.
So in the management of this situation special needs must be considered, as well as acompanied by the common sense, humanity and solidarity that are raising these days to get everybody protected from the possible hazards and to ensure everybody is able to take the recommended measures and reach the services and needed treatments in need case.