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

Some caregivers have reportedly experienced hostility and even aggression from people who are angry about the pandemic.

(Trent Nelson | Tribune file photo) Free COVID-19 vaccines were available during at Red Iguana 2 in Salt Lake City on Friday, Aug. 13, 2021. As coronavirus spreads, largely among unvaccinated individuals, health care workers are reportedly facing hostility from some of the patients in their care.

The spread of COVID-19, largely among unvaccinated individuals, has once again pushed Utah’s health care systems to the edge.

And now, exhausted health care workers are reportedly facing yet another challenge — aggression from patients and families who deny the seriousness of the coronavirus, object to pandemic precautions or demand certain treatments.

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

Please fill out the survey below, and feel free to skip any questions that aren’t relevant to your situation. If you’re comfortable with being interviewed about your responses, a reporter may reach out with further questions.

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