Covid 19 Help


If you cannot wear a facemask due to health problems, these free, ready-made badges may help.  Contact us if you’d like a facemask exemption pin badge or neck badge.




‘Children under 11 and those with certain disabilities will be exempt.’

‘Some people may feel more comfortable showing something that says they do not have to wear a face covering. This could be in the form of an exemption card, badge or even a home-made sign.’       Published 14 July 2020



Letter to help M.E. sufferers access priority shopping times in-store or online.  April 2020. Although these letters no longer apply, as lockdowns have been removed, their content can still help to access shops and could be used as templates.

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May 2020 update:  some supermarkets have added further illnesses to their priority lists, a result of legal action against shops breaching the Equality Act 2010.



Vaccines and M.E. research paper, including the Covid 19 vaccines:

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Powerpoint presentation demonstrating concerns over the Covid vaccines.  It uses resources from the UK Office of National Statistics, and the Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency [MHRA], sponsored by the government’s Dept. of Health & Social Care.  Pfizer lists CFS and Fibromyalgia as possible risks:

Presentation on Covid-19 vaccine side effects Dec 2022

For those who have tragically been injured by the Covid vaccines, there is a UK help group:

Covid-19 Vaccine Injury Support Group |



The official link for vaccine exemption is:

Independent Vaccine Exempt Forms can be downloaded from:

Professionals for Medical Informed Consent and Non-Discrimination (PROMIC) – Exemption Forms



Dr. Sarah Myhill has given some helpful ideas for respiratory illness including Covid 19 treatment:


Also, the Front Line Covid 19 protocol treatment:

MATH+ Hospital Treatment Protocol for COVID-19 [v15 – updated Sept. 18, 2021] (



Link to letter from the Grace Charity for M.E. which was published by the British Medical Journal Rapid Response in April 2021. It warns those with post-Covid (known as long Covid) to avoid a cure which is based on exercise.


Disclaimer: Although our intentions are to help M.E. sufferers, the Grace Charity does not accept responsibility for any treatments, therapies, programmes, or practitioners that may appear on this website.