Evidence Review: COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance by Key Influencers in the MENA Region – Teachers and Healthworkers

As COVID-19 vaccines have been deployed and scaled, concerns about vaccine acceptance have emerged. Effective management of the virus requires that communities everywhere buy into the public health measures designed to protect them, including vaccines. Low acceptance presents a serious challenge for achieving sufficient coverage to reduce circulation of the virus and the risk of new variants emerging. Surveys conducted early in the pandemic showed that the Middle East region had one of the lowest COVID-19 vaccine acceptance rates globally. The low acceptance is driven by specific factors in the region and its different countries and populations; these factors need to be taken into account when formulating policy, programmes and interventions.

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Authors: SSHAP
Year of publication: 2021
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Content type:  Evaluation
Areas of work: Social science
Region: Middle East and North Africa

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