When a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, 66 percent of adults are likely to get vaccinated, and have their children vaccinated as well, according to a new nationwide survey led by researchers from Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Northeastern, Harvard and Northwestern Universities. The likelihood of who will seek a vaccination differed among states and social groups. Influences on their decision-making also varied. The survey, published by The COVID-19 Consortium for Understanding the Public’s Policy Preferences Across States, indicates that women, African Americans and Republicans are more hesitant about getting a COVID-19 vaccine. To read the full story.
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