Have you been affected by the cyberattack on the NHS?
If you are a patient - or NHS staff member - who has been affected we'd like to hear about your experience
The IT systems of NHS sites across England have been hit by a large-scale cyber-attack with a pop-up message demanding a ransom in exchange for access to the PCs. Hospitals across the country have staff who have been locked out of their computers and many trusts have been forced to divert emergency patients, the NHS has confirmed.
Details of patient records and appointment schedules, as well as internal phone lines and emails, have all been rendered inaccessible.
Share your experiences
Have you been affected by the cyber-attack? Perhaps you are in A&E awaiting to be treated, or are due to have an appointment with your GP. Whether you are a patient or NHS staff, you can share your experiences by filling in the form below, anonymously if you wish. We'd also like to hear from those working in the NHS.
We'll feature some of your responses in our reporting.
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