Please tell us how you're coping with coronavirus

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East Sussex together

18 June 2020

How are you coping with coronavirus?

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We’d really like to know how you’re coping with the effects of coronavirus (Covid-19).

Please take our short survey to tell us about how the virus is affecting your life. We'd also like to know what you think are the most important things we should concentrate on to help the recovery of our communities in East Sussex.

The survey is completely anonymous and will take less than five minutes to complete.


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What you tell us will help guide our planning and services as East Sussex rebuilds for the future.

The survey is open till Sunday 29 June. You can request it in an alternative format, or see details of our privacy policies, on our website.

Schools work to welcome children safely back

Keith Glazier

A message from Keith Glazier, leader of East Sussex County Council

"The government has now asked schools to get more children back into the classroom.

In East Sussex more than 10,000 pupils have attended each day this week from reception, Years 1 and 6 and in secondary schools from Years 10 and 12. That number is expected to rise over the next few weeks.

Throughout the lockdown, schools remained open for keyworkers and vulnerable children as well as providing distance learning for pupils at home.

As the phased return continues, staff are continuing to work relentlessly to ensure all children can return safely and benefit from face-to-face learning, social interaction and a sense of normality during these difficult times. If you have children of school age, I hope that you have been able to take up the opportunities provided."

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