People living in Staffordshire can share their views and experiences of the pandemic by completing Staffordshire County Council’s Covid-19 residents’ survey.
Following the success of last year’s survey, with more than 3,900 responses, the county council is running a follow up survey to understand how the pandemic continues to affect residents.
The online survey launches today (Monday 25 October) and will be available until 30 November. The county council is encouraging as many people as possible to complete the survey and have their say, in order to gain a better understanding of how Staffordshire residents have been impacted by the pandemic, as well as any current and future needs they may have.
Leader of Staffordshire County Council, Alan White, said
“The first survey gave us a good understanding of the early effects of the pandemic on Staffordshire people. So much has changed over the last year and it’s important that we continue to understand the ongoing impact of the pandemic on our communities so we can plan accordingly for Staffordshire’s recovery.
“The views and experiences of Staffordshire residents are important and we encourage as many people as possible to have their say.”
The survey can be completed online at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/COVIDsurvey.