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Why ensuring trust is important in reducing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

By Nelson Duenas, PhD Candidate in Accounting, Concordia University
Claudine Mangen, RBC Professor in Responsible Organizations and Associate Professor, Concordia University
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Trust is needed to curb vaccine hesitancy. Governments need to explain vaccines and other public health measures, while also speaking to the broader purpose of caring for the community we belong to.

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