SURVEY: How are you feeling about Covid-19?

People out and about in Gentleman's Walk as face masks are to become compulsory on public transport

The Times is asking readers for their thoughts on the current Covid situation - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021

It's fair to say that much of 2021 was dominated by coronavirus and its impact on our daily lives.

And, as we head into 2022, the UK is battling the spiralling spread of the Omicron variant - which appears to be more transmissible but poses a lesser risk of becoming seriously ill. 

Quiet streets during the Coronavirus lockdown in Dereham. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A near-deserted Dereham during Covid lockdown - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2020

Almost two years after this new virus sent us into an unprecedented lockdown, the Times wants to find out how people in Dereham, Fakenham, Wells and their surrounding villages are feeling about Covid.

Are you worried about Omicron? How would you feel if stricter restrictions were imposed? 

We also want to know how the virus has impacted you over the past 24 months. 

A taxi driver wearing a mask during the Coronavirus lockdown in Dereham. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A taxi driver in Dereham wearing a mask amid Covid lockdown - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2020

In addition, we'd like to hear about your stance on vaccinations. 

How many jabs - if any - have you had? And are you happy to keep getting boosters? 

Alan Muse, from Diss, receiving his COVID-19 vaccination at the new mass vaccination centre at Conna

Thousands of people in Norfolk have been for a Covid booster jab - Credit: Danielle Booden

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Let us know your thoughts on these questions and more by filling out the survey below. 

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