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Vaccine hesitancy is decreasing in Canada, but it's too soon to celebrate

By Andrew Parkin, Executive Director, Environics Institute / Sessional Lecturer, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto
Arthur Sweetman, Professor, McMaster University
Victor Rego, Graduate Student, McMaster University
Yan Li, Graduate student, McMaster University
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Vaccine hesitancy is declining in Canada but hasn’t disappeared. New research shows many of those initially less hesitant have since been convinced. With continued efforts, others can still be reached.

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