Call for urgent action: COVID-19 inquiry

Hundreds of families bereaved by the Covid-19 pandemic have launched a petition asking the government to start an immediate inquiry. The families are calling for lessons to be learned and urgent measures put in place before more people needlessly lose their lives. Please support their call by signing the petition so that we can get answers and improve the Covid-19 response before it is too late. Together, we can help to prevent more families from going through the loss and trauma that so many have already suffered.

Pete Weatherby QC, Mira Hammad and Christian Weaver are advising the bereaved, instructed by Elkan Abrahamson and Leanne Devine of Broudie Jackson Canter.

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