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This study investigates vaccine demand and hesitancy by assessing the intention to vaccinate against COVID-19 and willingness-to-pay.
Attitudes towards vaccines and intention to vaccinate against COVID-19: Implications for public health communications
An estimate of predictors of four domains of negative attitudes towards vaccines and identify groups most at risk of uncertainty and unwillingness to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in a large...
Results from a longitudinal survey of United States residents during six months (March 16 –August 16, 2020) of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This brief draws on social science literature and informal interviews with experts to illustrate that vaccine hesitancy is more complex and context-specific, and often reflects diverse, everyday anxieties.
This review syntheses community perceptions of COVID-19 vaccines in South Africa to inform RCCE strategies and policies and provides examples of successful practice.
In the Ipsos survey of more than 18,000 adults from 15 countries conducted in partnership with the World Economic Forum, 73% say they would get a vaccine for COVID-19 if...
An intention-to-vaccinate analysis in a nationally representative sample of Australian parents during June 15–23, 2020.
This article presesnts surveys among the U.S. adult population in May 2020 to understand risk perceptions about the COVID-19 pandemic, acceptance of a COVID-19 vaccine, and trust in sources of...