Read the analysis of responses. This report outlines the themes emerging from a rapid analysis of the public engagement exercise that took place 5-11 October 2020 on the Scottish Government's approach to managing the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This is now closed.
We have been through many months of lockdown, with broad restrictions on everyone’s activities to slow down the spread of coronavirus. We have tried to open up as much of society as we can and this a difficult balance to strike. In recent days we have re-imposed some broader restrictions.
What are the issues that should inform future decisions on our approach? What will help and support people to live with the adjustments we all have to make to our daily lives, so that we can have as much freedom as possible?
We previously held a public conversation on Coronavirus (COVID-19): framework for decision making. Your input was analysed and informed Scotland’s route map through and out of the crisis.
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You have until 11 October 2020 to feedback
This Dialogue will be open in the first instance until 10pm on 11 October 2020. Longer term and broader engagement plans are in development, meaning that this will not be the only opportunity to participate.
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