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Are people afraid to put their name on the Covid Inquiry?

18 May 2024

11:13 PM

18 May 2024

11:13 PM

Of the 2,090 submissions to the Covid Response Inquiry, 1,021 declined to permit the author’s name to be published.

That’s around 49 per cent. Overall, 49 per cent of those people who were moved enough to make a submission also felt disinclined to put their name to their submission.

What a sorry state of affairs.

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