Healthcare workers in the UK: share your experiences of the Covid pandemic

Guardian community team
·1-min read

With coronavirus rates dropping across the UK, the strain from Covid-19 patients on the healthcare system has begun to ease. However, healthcare workers are now facing a backlog of patients requiring other treatment which was cancelled or delayed during the pandemic.

Alongside this, after months of tackling coronavirus, many are experiencing high rates of stress and fatigue, and some healthcare workers have reported feeling less supported by their communities than during the first wave of the pandemic.

We’d like to speak to healthcare workers in the UK about how they’re feeling.

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