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Why telling stories could be a more powerful way of convincing some people to take a COVID vaccine than just the facts

By Margie Rogers, Lecturer, Early Childhood Education, University of New England
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Scientists don’t know exactly what percentage of the population will need to get a COVID vaccine to achieve herd immunity. Some diseases, such as whooping cough, need very high rates of vaccination between 90-95%.

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