Progress of the Inquiry
Three Modules have already begun: Resilience and preparedness (Module 1), Core UK decision-making and political governance (Module 2) and most recently the Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on healthcare (Module 3) which started on 8 November 2022.Structure of the Inquiry
Resilience and preparedness (Module 1)
Module 1 is designated to look into the preparedness for the pandemic. It assesses if the pandemic was properly planned for and whether the UK was adequately ready for that eventuality.Explore past and future hearings
Every Story Matters
We are inviting you to tell us about your experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Every Story Matters is an online form that asks you to choose from a list of topics and then tell us about what happened. By taking part, you help us to understand the effect of Covid-19, the response of the authorities, and any lessons that can be learned.Find out more and take part
Updates from the Inquiry
Inquiry update: New investigations announced
Today, the Chair of the UK Covid-19 Inquiry, Baroness Hallett, has set out plans to open three further investigations in 2023 and confirmed she aims to conclude public hearings by summer 2026.
Update : Next steps for the Inquiry’s investigation into core political and administrative decision making by the UK government
A further preliminary hearing for Module 2, the Inquiry’s investigation into core political and administrative decision making by the UK Government, will take place on Tuesday 6 June 2023 at 10:30AM.
Every Story Matters: Inquiry makes it easier to submit your experience
The UK Covid-19 Inquiry has published a new and improved online form to make it easier for people to share their experiences with the Inquiry.