Progress of the Inquiry
Four Modules have already begun: Resilience and preparedness (Module 1), Core UK decision-making and political governance (Module 2), Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on healthcare (Module 3) and most recently Vaccines and therapeutics (Module 4) which started on 5 June 2023.Structure of the Inquiry
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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 sets out next steps for investigating the impacts of the pandemic on children and young people
The UK Covid-19 Inquiry will deliver a bespoke and targeted research project, hearing directly from children and young people most affected by the pandemic, to help inform its findings and recommendations.
The Inquiry will begin hearing evidence for its second investigation, examining core UK decision making and political governance (Module 2), on Tuesday 3rd of October.