Layla Moran

Moran: new pandemic report no substitute for Covid inquiry


key_Although it is right that the committee have found their voice and their findings echo many of those made by the APPG over the past year, this report is notable by its silence on a number of key areas including the catastrophic mismanagement of schools, the continued under-delivery on donations to COVAX and no mention of long Covid in 151 pagesLayla Moran MP,  Chair of the APPG on Coronavirus, has responded to the Science and Technology and Health and Social Care Select Committees’ joint report on the government's handling of the pandemic. 

 

Layla Moran MP said:  "Although it is right that the committee have found their voice and their findings echo many of those made by the APPG over the past year, this report is notable by its silence on a number of key areas including the catastrophic mismanagement of schools, the continued under-delivery on donations to COVAX and no mention of long Covid in 151 pages.

"This report is no substitute for the full public inquiry this government has promised and the government must now commit to releasing interim findings from this inquiry before the next general election."

Click on the links below to find more about the work of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus 

A public inquiry into the Government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Global vaccine access.  

Covid green pass for international travel.  

APPG on Coronavirus Interim Report published in December 2020. 

 


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