ISDH says that focusing on people who are at the most at risk of dying from COVID 19 is who they will continue to focus on. ISDH says data shows that older individuals are most likely to die of COVID 19. However, the state is looking at opening the vaccine up to people who have certain comorbidities..
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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA growing number of people are turning to charitable organisations to help heat and light their homes, Fuel Bank Foundation has warned.The charity, which provides emergency financial support to people in fuel crisis, said it has seen a significant increase in demand for its services since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.In Scotland, Fuel Bank Foundation operates 25 fuel bank centres, providing financial support to more than 40,000 vulnerable people who can’t afford to top up their pre payment energy meters and are at risk of self disconnection.On average, the number of people seeking help has risen 23 per cent across its Fuel Bank centres, with some seeing an increase in demand of more than 300 per cent.Read MoreGet the latest Scottish news sent straight to your inbox with our newslettersOne of the main reasons for the spike is the amount of time people are spending at home as a result of lockdown restrictions, increasing gas and electricity usage and placing additional demand on household budgets.A survey of people who have turned to Fuel Bank Foundation for help found that 89 per cent are currently struggling to top up their gas and/or electricity meters, with 81 per cent finding it difficult to keep up with household bills.Of those surveyed, 82 per cent said the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns had made them more worried about running out of money to pay for energy.Families with children are significantly more likely to worry (92%) than those without (72%).For people in fuel crisis, prioritising household budgets and rationing gas and electricity is a regular occurrence, almost all (96%) of survey respondents have had to make the choice between topping up their meter and buying food for their family, with 60 per cent having to make that choice on a daily or weekly basis.A staggering 91 per cent said they have had to ration heating and hot water, while 80 per cent have had to make the sacrifice between having a cooked meal and relying on cold food instead.Fuel Bank Foundation’s Fuel Crisis Report also highlights the different circumstances that led people to seek financial support, including using emergency credit on their meter, borrowing money from friends and family to keep their meter going and running out of gas and electricity, causing meters to be switched off.Matthew Cole, Fuel Bank Foundation chair of trustees, said: “The results of our survey paint a stark picture of how difficult life currently is for many vulnerable families and individuals.”Our Fuel Bank Centres across the UK have all reported increased demand for financial support from people struggling to pay for gas and electricity over the past 12 months. In some of the worst areas, we have seen demand increase by more than 300 per cent.”Running out of fuel completely and having meters switched off is the worst case scenario. The majority of those who end up in this situation were or had been borrowing money from friends or family and using emergency credit on their meter.