The Committee will continue its work in this area over the coming months and continues to welcome views from anyone with an interest in this inquiry. All responses received will be considered by the Committee and will help inform our ongoing work.
Future reports will consider issues including easing restrictions; exit strategy; returning to ‘normal services’ in the NHS and care sector; the future demand for rehabilitation; mental health services; impacts on unpaid carers; and data and the use of technology.
For the foreseeable future, the Committee’s programme will focus on its inquiry into the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak, and its management, on health and social care in Wales. The Committee has issued an open call for views as part of this inquiry. There is no need for a lengthy response, and no fixed deadline to submit – we ask that you share what you can, when you are able to.
Running alongside this will be a rolling programme of virtual oral evidence sessions. All meetings can be viewed, live, on Senedd.tv. A final agenda for each meeting will be published on our website every Friday. We are in the process of finalising a four week programme of business and will publish this as soon as we are able.
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