The Corona Investigative Committee has been conducting live, multi-hour sessions to investigate why federal and state governments imposed unprecedented restrictions as part of the Coronavirus response and what the consequences have been and still are for people.
Since mid-July 2020, the Corona Investigative Committee has heard experts and witnesses on a variety of questions about the virus, crisis management and the consequences in weekly meetings. In particular, the collateral damage of the lockdown, which has not yet been evaluated, was examined in more detail.
The meetings are chaired by lawyers with experience in litigation. They are streamed live and remain available as a recording. Citizens can participate in the discussion by making contributions in the chat and by email. The results of the committee work until August 23, 2020, are summarized in an interim report. Further meetings will follow. A comprehensive final report with transcribed passages from the meetings and a rich collection of documents is in progress.
All persons involved are committed to the principles of scientific evidence and are willing to conduct an objective discussion on the various topics without personal, scientific and economic conflicts of interest.
You can support the Committee by conducting a SEPA bank transfer: https://corona-ausschuss.de/en/donate/