Are you a health care worker? Tell The Tribune how COVID-19 denial and misinformation have affected you.

Are you a health care worker?  Tell The Tribune how COVID-19 denial and misinformation have affected you.

Some caregivers have reportedly been exposed to hostility and even aggression by people angry about the pandemic.

(File photo by Trent Nelson | Tribune) Free COVID-19 vaccines were available during Iguana Network 2 in Salt Lake City on Friday, August 13, 2021. As the coronavirus spreads, primarily among unvaccinated people, health workers are said to be the health professionals. Confront the hostility of some of the patients under his care.

The spread of COVID-19, largely among unvaccinated people, has pushed Utah’s health care systems to the brink.

And now, exhausted health care workers are said to face another challenge: aggression from patients and family members who deny the seriousness of the coronavirus, object to epidemiological precautions, or order certain treatments.

The Salt Lake Tribune would like to hear from current or former health care workers who can talk about how COVID-19 denial and misinformation are affecting them, both at work and in the community.

Please complete the survey below and feel free to skip any questions unrelated to your situation. If you are comfortable with an interview about your answers, the reporter can reach out with more questions.

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