A quarter of disabled people surveyed by a leading charity fear they will lose their job as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A poll by Scope found many disabled people fear their employer cannot make their workplace safe for them to return.
The disability equality campaign wants the government to prioritise disabled people in its recovery plans.
The government says it is committed to helping disabled people return to work.
Around 30,000 people have signed a letter to the prime minister.
Scope says disabled people have been “hardest hit” by the pandemic.
It asked 874 adults with a health problem or disability who are in employment about their views on returning to work.
It found 41% feel anxious about going back to work, while almost half are worried about