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Vaccine Hesitant Does Not Mean Anti-Vaccine

June 25, 2021

Understanding the Difference Could Help Improve Vaccination Rates

There are many reasons why people are choosing not to get the COVID-19 vaccines, from concerns about their safety and efficacy to a lack of trust in the health care system. In an interview with Medscape, Heidi J. Larson, director of the Vaccine Confidence Project, breaks down what it means to be “vaccine hesitant” and how we need a variety of approaches to better reach groups of people with vaccine concerns.

Read the full Q&A on Medscape