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 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 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 across Scotland have suffered because of COVID-19 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
Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry appoints chief executivePublished: 31/05/2023 - 12:00pm
Ian Duddy is to join the Inquiry from the Scottish Human Rights Commission, where he is currently Chair.
Long COVID to form part of Inquiry's investigationsPublished: 26/05/2023 - 1:18pm
Lord Brailsford has determined that certain matters relating to long COVID fall within the Inquiry’s formal remit.
Inquiry launches its listening project, Let’s Be HeardPublished: 22/05/2023 - 4:02pm
Let’s Be Heard is the main channel for people who were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2022 to share their experiences with the Inquiry, tell us how those experiences impacted on them and people they know, and highlight any lessons they believe should be learned so we are better prepared in future.