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  • American women arm or weary than men in the U.

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  • About a fast rollout of rapidly developed cove in 19 vaccines.

  • That's according to a new Reuters Ipsos poll, and it presents a potential challenge toe efforts to immunize the public.

  • The survey, conducted in the first week of December, showed that 35% of women said they were not very or not at all interested in getting a vaccine Onley.

  • 55% of women said they were very or somewhat interested in getting vaccinated.

  • That's a fall since a similar poll back in May.

  • Meanwhile, 68% of men said they would get vaccinated, which is unchanged from May.

  • Overall, only 61% of Americans said they're open to getting vaccinated.

  • That's a 4% drop since the spring poll.

  • Convincing women to accept the vaccine will be critical to slowing the spread of the virus, according to a behavioral scientist.

  • That's because mothers tend to be the ones who make doctor's appointments and keep up with immunizations.

  • 60% of the women who were not interested said they were nervous about getting vaccinated right away with a new vaccine that has been approved so quickly.

  • More than a third of those questions said they weren't interested in a covert vaccine because they don't trust the companies making them, and 27% said they don't think it vaccine will adequately protect them.

American women arm or weary than men in the U.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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