Preliminary hearings for the Inquiry’s first three investigations will take place in February and March. The Inquiry will hold its first preliminary hearing for its third investigation, Module 3, looking at the impact of the pandemic on healthcare, on Tuesday 28 February. This hearing will take place in person in central London, and further details Read more…
The UK Covid-19 Inquiry has been set up to examine the UK’s response to and impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and learn lessons for the future.
The Inquiry’s work is guided by its Terms of Reference which are published on the Terms of Reference page.
Module 2C Preliminary Hearing
We have now closed the Core Participant application window for Module 3, the Inquiry’s third investigation, which will look at the impact of the pandemic on healthcare.
Today, the Inquiry has launched a new online form which anyone can use to share their experiences of the pandemic directly with the Inquiry. This has been developed with members of the public telling us how they would like to share what happened to them. The form is a way people can anonymously share how Read more…
Key calendar dates
The Module 1 Preliminary Hearing will look at Pandemic preparedness and resilience.
The Module 3 Preliminary Hearing will look at the impact of the pandemic on healthcare.
The Module 2 Preliminary Hearing will cover core political and administrative decision-making; government structure; political governance; the initial response, and NPIs.
The Module 2A Preliminary Hearing will cover Scotland, including Strategic issues; Core/Political Governance: lockdowns and restrictions.