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Scottish Government Covid-19 Survey

Businesses and organisations across the economy have adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic. These adaptations have aimed to reduce the risk of the spread of Covid-19 in their premises and improve the general safety of the premises for employees and customers.  The Scottish Government will aim to publish specific guidance on adaptations for businesses, which will help support the economy to live safely with Covid-19 in the medium to long term.

To inform this a survey has been prepared by The Scottish Government which ask businesses to share:

  • What adaptations have been implemented since the start of the pandemic;
  • What adaptations are likely to remain in the short and long term;

The results of the survey will be used to help shape future workshops where stakeholders will be ask to provide more detailed input. Both survey and workshop findings will help inform a State of the Sectors Report for the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Economy and subsequent drafting of adaptations guidance.

The survey can be found here Live Scottish Government COVID-19 Adaptations Survey and forestry businesses are encouraged to complete the survey by Thursday 28th April 2022, 5:00pm.  It should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

If businesses have any issues with the survey, or would like to know more, please contact

Businesses may register their interest to attend a future workshop by emailing

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