Covid 19 coronavirus: Misplaced fears over risks big factor in vaccine unease

A NZ Herald article.

Misplaced worries about all vaccines might help explain why a quarter of Kiwis are unsure about receiving the Covid-19 shot, a new study finds.

It’s also suggested that knowing more facts about the virus itself won’t necessarily motivate the so-called vaccine “hesitant” to get immunised against it.

In a just-published analysis, Massey University communications lecturer Dr Jagadish Thaker has taken a deeper look at what influences that hesitancy.

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