Did you deliver a baby during the pandemic? Are you going to? We want to hear from you

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by RUNGROJ YONGRIT/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock (10606466a) A Thai nurse and newborn baby wear face shields to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 and coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, in Samut Prakan province, Thailand, 08 April 2020. The hospital provides face shields to newborn infants to prevent the ongoing spread of COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Newborn baby wear face shield to prevent the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Samut Prakan, Thailand - 08 Apr 2020
A nurse holds a newborn baby, both wearing face shields to prevent the spread of COVID-19, at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi in Thailand in April 2020. (Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-Shutterstock)

The Omicron surge, we hope, is on the way out. But another one could be around the corner. Hospital visiting rules seem to change by the hour.

For a story about childbirth in the age of COVID-19, we’re looking for women who have delivered babies during the pandemic or are preparing to and who have dealt with restrictive and constantly changing visiting rules, who, perhaps, have dealt with postpartum depression deepened by the isolation, whose moment of peak joy was changed to one of fear and stress.

If you are willing to share your experience, please complete this form and a reporter may contact you:

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

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