The NFA is playing a core role in our Community’s response to the Covid19 pandemic – supporting health and social care responses, sending out updated information (through the Rainbow Bridge, mailings to members, and the Information Hub) and convening of collaborative meetings between key organisations.
As such, it is important that the LCs have access to information about incidence of the Covid Virus in our immediate Community, in order that we can ensure that necessary information is flowing between appropriate groups, that those who are affected by the virus are signposted to appropriate support, and to spot any apparent changes in patterns and ensure a commensurate response.
If you choose to identify yourself as part of the NFA when registering on the App, it is just the two Listener Convenors (Lorraine and David) who will have access to any personalised information that you may choose to share. This information would only be shared with other organisations (CCC and/or CYC) with your permission, in order to get the appropriate support.
This App is completely separate to any App that the Scottish Government may initiate (e.g. Track and Trace), and is purely to collate information about our local Community, in order that we can respond in the best way.
Users from NFA
The following authorised users have access to data on behalf of NFA:
- Lorraine Rytz-Thériault
- David Harrison