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'Never' or just 'not yet?' How timing affects COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

By Vivian Harbers, Project Manager, COVID-19 Canadian Social Impacts Research Study, University of Guelph
Eric B. Kennedy, Assistant Professor, Disaster and Emergency Management, York University, Canada
Jean-François Daoust, Assistant Professor, University of Edinburgh
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Vaccine hesitancy may be a waiting game. Even those who said they would never get the COVID-19 vaccine if it were available immediately became more likely to do so when it was available in the future.The Conversation

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