Lockdown doesn’t spare anyone | A 9 yo with autism had a meltdown being locked in a hotel room

RT published this video item, entitled “Lockdown doesn’t spare anyone | A 9 yo with autism had a meltdown being locked in a hotel room” – below is their description.

Farheen Rehman’s 9 yo son with severe autism had a meltdown on day four of COVID quarantine in their hotel room in the UK. She was required to isolate herself for 10 days with her two kids upon returning from Pakistan. After her son’s meltdown, she was allowed to leave the hotel and complete her quarantine at home.

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