People were hesitant about rather than opposed to the COVID-19 vaccine, study finds

A study that explored the attitudes of vaccine hesitant adults in the U.K. towards uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine found that participants were hesitant rather than opposed to the vaccine. They had questions about their need for, and the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. Concerns were exacerbated by a lack of trust in government and misunderstanding of science, the University of Bristol-led study published in BMC Infectious Diseases found.

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