Share your experiences
The Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry has launched its listening project, Let's Be Heard. This will be the main way in which people in Scotland can take part in the Inquiry by sharing their experiences of the pandemic and by telling us the lessons they believe should be learned so we are better prepared in future.
About the Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry
The Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry is investigating the devolved strategic response to the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2022.
The independent Inquiry will establish the facts, identify the lessons that need to be learned and make recommendations to Scottish Ministers, so we are better prepared in future.
People have suffered because of COVID-19 in Scotland and their experiences during the pandemic will be at the heart of the Inquiry's work, guiding its investigations and informing its reports.
Latest News & Research
Update from Chief Executive (September 2023)Published: 25/09/2023 - 12:28pm
Ian Duddy, Chief Executive to the Inquiry, provides an update on the Inquiry's progress and looks forward to the start of public impact hearings in October.
Inquiry invites core participants to apply for Leave to AppearPublished: 19/09/2023 - 2:04pm
Applications will be open from 20 September to close of business on 29 September 2023.
Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry Newsletter: Issue 5 (Summer 2023)Published: 11/09/2023 - 9:39am
The latest edition of our newsletter features an introduction to the Inquiry's Chief Executive, the latest on the upcoming impact hearings, and more information about long COVID forming part of the Inquiry's investigations.