Report from public meeting

Covid: prevention is possible

This report from the Zero Covid Scotland online public meeting includes four videos. The first two videos cover the introductions by the speakers. The subsequent discussion was not recorded. The final two videos cover the speakers responses to the questions and issues raised. The speakers were:

Lara Wong, founder of Clinically Vulnerable Families, a support and advocacy group. Clinically Vulnerable Families is working to support individuals in the UK who are: Clinically Vulnerable Clinically Extremely Vulnerable & Severely Immunosuppressed AND those living in the same household. They aim to: support via their peer support network; educate by sharing scientific and evidence based resources; and assist by providing practical help / advice where needed.

Prof Stephen Reicher, Member of Independent Sage: Professor Reicher has also been involved in the Behavioural Science advice to the UK and Scottish Governments and now part of the Scottish Pandemic Preparedness Committee. He spoke in a personal capacity.

One response to “Report from public meeting”

  1. […] Thank you to everybody who joined our public meeting on 11th March. We had two great guest speakers: Professor Stephen Reicher (member of Independent Sage, based at St Andrews University) and Lara Wong, founder of Clinically Vulnerable Families. If you missed the event, then you can watch and listen to both speakers’ presentations and their responses to questions here:  […]


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