Border support work executive assesses eased rules impact on disabled

Victoria Ellis
Updated October 11 2021 - 7:24pm, first published 4:30pm
People with disability more vulnerable, says advocacy group
People with disability more vulnerable, says advocacy group

The president of the peak disability advocacy organisation says people with a disability will be left behind as the NSW COVID-19 restrictions ease, but a Border disability sector executive says there's two sides to the issue.

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Victoria Ellis

Victoria Ellis grew up on the Border and loves reporting for her home community. She is a University of Wollongong Journalism graduate. In 2018 Victoria was awarded the Bruce Gordon Scholarship for Journalism and completed a 10 week internship with WIN News Illawarra. In 2019 she was awarded The Border Mail's Cameron Thompson Scholarship, where she completed a three week internship, before taking up ongoing employment in 2021.

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