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So we can understand what is working well and what could be improved, as well as considering people's mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic.#
We are pleased to publish this report focusing on what people told us about accessing health and care across Cheshire up until Friday 3 July 2020 prior to changes in Government guidance. This follows a separate report regarding people's mental health and wellbeing was published last month.
Click here for the report

The survey is ongoing and we will continue to provide up to date information to partners and publish further reports on our websites. You can find a link to the survey at the bottom of this email.

Click here to read our report on Health and Care during COVID-19

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Healthwatch Cheshire West

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Northwich, Cheshire CW9 7LU

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