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New Zealand has ramped up vaccination rates, but too many people remain concerned about vaccine safety

By Stephen Croucher, Professor and Head of School of Communication, Journalism, and Marketing, Massey University
Doug Ashwell, Senior lecturer, Massey University
Jo Cullinane, Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor, Massey University
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A survey found almost a quarter of participants thought they could not receive a vaccine because of medical conditions. But only 28.9% of this group actually meet the criteria set by health agencies.

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