Visualizing Global COVID-19 Vaccine Behaviors and Perceptions in 100+ Countries Data and Insights from the COVID Behaviors Dashboard

September 21, 2021

What are the reasons driving vaccine hesitancy around the world? What structural barriers are preventing people from accessing available vaccines? Which demographic groups are open to receiving more information – and what are those information needs?

Join experts from Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs for a tour through the COVID Behaviors Dashboard.

Behavioral researchers at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs will present findings from the data. More than 12 million adults in 100+ countries responded to the survey over the first four months; new data will be added twice a month. Global-level analyses will describe variation across gender, age groups and regions on the topic of vaccine hesitancy, reasons for hesitancy and reported structural barriers.


Jeni A. Stolow, Ph.D., MPH
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Temple University College of Public Health
GOARN-Research Risk Communication and Community Engagement Focal Point


Dominick Shattuck, PhD
Director, Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Douglas Storey, PhD
Associate Professor
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Tuo-Yen Tseng, MA, PhD candidate
Data Analyst
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

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