Dear James I'd like to let you know I am making a formal complaint to the human rights commission because of the way you treated me when I was asked by the courts to get a covid test from you. But you probably already know that because I told you. You people refused to accept my genuine mask exemption. I was wearing the card that the DPA provided to me. I could not breathe properly and my body and hands were shaking because my breathing was so restricted. You sir, were so disgusting as to state that because you are a private business you don't have to accept people with mask exemptions, and you made me pay for one of your masks! I was at the court house because I was a victim in a burglary. If that wasn't enough you have to treat me like trash as well. And no it wasn't my choice to get the test or to wear a mask. You and the courts forced me to. You made me feel like I've been victimised all over again. I have been discriminated against by you, James or whatever your name is, and I won't stay silent about how you treat people with disabilities.
Unichem Pharmacy Cashel Street, Christchurch
Subject: Unichem Pharmacy Cashel Street, Christchurch
From: A victim
Date: 17 Feb 2022