Anyone who has had Covid-19 is invited to take part in a research project that aims to understand the experiences of people who had Covid-19 or were a probable case.

"If you have had COVID-19, we want to understand how Covid-19 impacted your health and well-being, and the health and wellbeing of your whānau. Your story and experiences of having COVID-19 can help others."

This is part of a nationwide study to assess the impacts of Covid-19 on people in Aotearoa New Zealand which was launched this month by Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington.

The effects of Covid-19 on Māori, Pacific communities and whānau hauā (disabled communities) are a key focus of the research.

People can take part either through completing surveys or being interviewed.

You can find out more about the research and take part in a survey on the Ngā Kawekawe o Mate Korona | Impacts of Covid-19 website.

There is an information page about the project for Whānau Haua / disabled people, including introductions to some of the disability researchers and information in NZSL.