Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy in the Context of COVID-19: The Role of Trust and Confidence in a Seventeen-Country Survey

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Learning how trust and confidence play a role in vaccine hesitancy in various contexts.

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Read the study to understand what types of trust and confidence are most critical to vaccine acceptance and the role of trust and confidence in the context of a global pandemic and use these learnings to inform approaches to addressing vaccine hesitancy based on your country’s specific context.

OVERVIEW:

Researchers conducted a seventeen-country survey to address gaps in our knowledge of vaccine hesitancy by investigating the relationship between vaccine hesitancy and different types of trust and confidence. The findings from this study could help inform context-specific approaches to addressing vaccine hesitancy.

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