The Collaborative Communities Covid-19 Board (responsible for supporting local communities in Suffolk during the Coronavirus pandemic) is now planning for the ‘recovery’ or ‘restoration’ phase of Covid-19.
We want to capture, from everyone involved in the response so far, what worked well and what could have worked better, in other words the key strengths and weaknesses, of the Covid-19 community response in Suffolk.
We also want to ensure that we consider the key opportunities, in terms of building on what has worked well, and threats (the things that might impact on the recovery from the impacts of Covid-19 in Suffolk).
By doing this in partnership we can design an effective recovery plan and, should there be any further outbreaks, ensure a seamless community response.
We are keen to get your perspective to feed into the plan and this can be done in two ways.
1. You can complete this short survey, or
2. You can join us for one of two on-line 60-minute discussion groups on this topic:
Thursday 25 June at 14:00
Monday 29 June at 18:00
To book onto one of these sessions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for the survey is 30th June 2020 and your answers will help form a report to the Collaborative Communities Board on the community response to Covid-19 and help develop a Recovery Plan for Suffolk.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact CCBCOVID19@suffolk.gov.uk
The Collaborative Communities Board