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Why do people still reject COVID-19 vaccines in Indonesia? We need to solve structural problems behind the anti-vaccine movement

By Sukmawani Bela Pertiwi, Faculty Member at the Department of International Relations, Binus University
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The anti-vaccine movement is the product of a structural problem, reflecting a lack of trust in the existing global vaccine governance.

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