Why are some people reluctant to be vaccinated for COVID-19? A cross-sectional survey among U.S. Adults in May-June 2020.

Allen, Jennifer D.

Feng, Wenhui.

Corlin, Laura.

Porteny, Thalia.

Acevedo, Andrea.

Schildkraut, Deborah.

King, Erin.

Ladin, Keren.

Fu, Qiang.

Stopka, Thomas J.

2021

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  • Understanding reasons for COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy is necessary to ensure maximum uptake, needed for herd immunity. We conducted a cross-sectional online survey between May 29-June 20, 2020 among a national sample of U.S. adults ages 18 years and over to assess cognitive, attitudinal and normative beliefs associated with not intending to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Of 1219 respondents, 17.7% said ... read more
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  • Allen, J. D., Feng, W., Corlin, L., Porteny, T., Acevedo, A., Schildkraut, D., King, E., Ladin, K., Fu, Q., & Stopka, T. J. (2021). Why are some people reluctant to be vaccinated for COVID-19? A cross-sectional survey among U.S. Adults in May-June 2020. Preventive Medicine Reports, 24, 101494. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2021.101494
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