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Subject Pills by post in Northern Ireland
Date April 9, 2020 1:32 PM
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Brand new telemedicine service in Northern Ireland

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Dear John,

Today, BPAS have launched an Emergency Abortion Pills by Post service for women in Northern Ireland to protect their health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This service will enable women up to 10 weeks of pregnancy to have abortion medication sent by post so that they do not have to travel to England during the current crisis. BPAS is funding this service and it will be provided free of charge to women in Northern Ireland.
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Despite abortion being decriminalised in Northern Ireland, political infighting means that services are not yet commissioned. Women have been forced to endure 8 hour overnight ferry journeys while bleeding and vomiting to access care in England at a time when we are all being told to stay at home. We will not allow this to continue.

From today, women in Northern Ireland will be able to call a dedicated number 0300 500 8086 to arrange a teleconsultation with a doctor in Northern Ireland. You can help to spread awareness of this new service by sharing the graphics below on social media.

You can also support our work with a monthly donation from as little as £2 a month – click here to become a Friend of BPAS today:
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Thank you, as always, for your continued support. Please take care of yourselves, and each other, during this difficult time.

Best wishes,

The bpas team
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