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  • Wellbeing and living with COVID protection measures survey

    Created: 03/02/2022

    During the coronavirus pandemic, various protective measures and regulations have been introduced to limit the spread of the virus. These measures have changed the way we connect, shop, travel and work. People across Scotland have been doing their best to follow these measures to keep themselves and others safe. 

    The Scottish Government knows that some people are finding the duration of the pandemic difficult and that people's individual circumstances will impact on their experiences. This short survey asks a few questions about your experiences of coronavirus measures. It asks what you have found easy and what you have found difficult and it asks for your thoughts on the year ahead. 

    Only a few Scottish Government analysts will be able to see full responses. They will make sure that everything is anonymised appropriately so that nobody will know who said what.  

    Your response will help the Scottish Government continue to support people across Scotland to stay safe and keep their families and communities safe too. 

     An easy read version of this survey is available to download here.

    This consultation will close on 13 February 2022




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