covid:aid releases survey on Long Covid and Universal Credit for report to MPs

covid:aid is presenting to MPs in September about Long Covid and Universal Credit. We are keen to gather together as many experiences as possible – including around the £20 uplift – so we can share findings and raise awareness.

If you have experience of both Long Covid and Universal Credit, please take the survey here: https://ed33s233xku.typeform.com/to/oAjtNWYS   

Michael MacLennan, founder and Chief Executive at covid:aid, said: “In September we will be presenting to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Universal Credit, and are keen to share the experiences of those with Long Covid – whether positive or negative.

“With the credit uplift of £20 set to be withdrawn at the end of September, we also want to find out how this may affect those who have experienced long-term effects as a result of the coronavirus.”

covid:aid is the UK’s new national charity dedicated to supporting all those significantly affected by Covid-19, building a community and providing a voice. Launched at the end of May 2021, we have been providing support including producing a National Lottery-funded toolkit to help charities and other organisations produce and deliver services for those living with Long Covid.

If you have experience of both Long Covid and Universal Credit, please take the survey by clicking 'Start' below.

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