Covid-19 vaccination hesitancy

Mohammad Razal, Umar Chaudhry, Katja Doerholt, Linda Bauld, Azeem Majeed

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Abstract

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Lack of confidence in vaccines for covid-19 poses direct and indirect threats to health, and could derail efforts to end the current pandemic
Concerns about unknown future effects, side effects, and a lack of trust are common reasons given by people who say they are unlikely to have a covid-19 vaccine
No single intervention is likely to be able to address vaccine hesitancy
Consider barriers to uptake of vaccination at a population level and in groups who have lower rates of vaccine uptake
Develop local approaches by engaging members of the community and co-producing communications and materials that meet population needs
Original languageEnglish
JournalBMJ
Volume373
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 May 2021

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