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  • Coronavirus vaccine success is being cheered as a breakthrough in the pandemic battle, but in addition to the many logistical battles it may still face, a study released in the UK on Tuesday warns of another human obstacle.

  • Misinformation on public mistrust of a vaccine.

  • As many as 36% of people in Britain say they are either uncertain or very unlikely to agree to be vaccinated against the virus, according to scientists behind the research.

  • The feeling amongst the medical community, however, is that an 80% uptake of a covert 19 vaccine may be needed to protect communities from infection spreading.

  • Opinion polls carried out before enduring the pandemic have also found that confidence in the effectiveness and safety of vaccine varies dramatically across different countries and populations.

  • This was mainly due to political polarization on online misinformation being the likely reasons to affect the rates of uptake.

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Vaccine fear may undermine COVID-19 fight

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/10
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