The COVID-19 Review has been published, and highlights how the Bailiwick community's togetherness helped deliver an effective response to the pandemic emergency.
The Review looks at a range of areas involved and affected by the pandemic and the Bailiwick's response from protecting the health and well-being of islanders and delivering the vaccine roll-out, to support for business, the provision of education, and the political oversight and scrutiny of the overall response.
It concludes that the islands had an evidenced-based strategy, made timely decisions and provided clarity to the community through clear communications.
You can find the main report, and a summary document, on the right-hand side of this page.
The Review was carried out by the States of Guernsey by closely examining minutes, documents, decisions taken and their outcomes, plus feedback by a range of stakeholders, under the direction of the Policy & Resources Committee and the Committee for Home Affairs, in line with the States resolution.