Let's Be Heard: Sharing Scotland's COVID Experience

The Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry’s listening project, Let’s Be Heard, invites the public to share their experiences of the pandemic and any lessons they believe should be learned.

Everyone who was in Scotland between 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2022, or was affected by decisions made in Scotland during this time, is being invited to share their experiences of the pandemic with Let’s Be Heard. The project is keen to hear about what lessons should be learned and is asking for experiences to be submitted by 20 December 2023.

Find out the ways that individuals and groups can take part in Let’s Be Heard.

Paper copies of the submission form can be requested by emailing LetsBeHeard@covid19inquiry.scot, leaving a voicemail at 0808 175 5555, or writing to Freepost SCOTTISH COVID-19 INQUIRY.

Paper forms have also been distributed to GP surgeries, care homes, pharmacies, libraries and other community buildings across Scotland.

Let’s Be Heard is the main way in which people can contribute to the Inquiry’s investigations and help inform its reports and recommendations.

The closing date for the national engagement phase of Let’s Be Heard has been extended to 20 December 2023.