Change in law during Covid pandemic has allowed women to take pills without visiting clinic or hospital
Denis Campbell Health policy editor
Thu 24 Feb 2022
Women in England will be able to access abortion pills more easily for the next six months, but the temporary “pills by post” scheme brought in because of Covid will then be scrapped in September.
Maggie Throup, the public health minister, confirmed on Thursday that women seeking to terminate a pregnancy by taking the two pills involved at home would lose that right at the end of August.