The covid-19 vaccine remains a remarkable achievement that will help end the epidemic, but only if enough people are vaccinated.In addition to the general misconceptions and conspiracy theories surrounding vaccines, the rapid increase in the speed of research and development and approval of covid-19 vaccines has also made many people worried about vaccination.
According to a national survey conducted by the University of California, Davis, nearly 38% of Americans think they will not consider or are not sure whether they will be vaccinated at all. Among them, 14.8% are unlikely to be vaccinated, and 23% are not sure. According to respondents, the leading factor in this uncertainty is the concern about its effectiveness and safety.
Although vaccination remains one of the most effective public health initiatives, some people still doubt its effectiveness and safety. Unfortunately, the seemingly hasty process of the covid-19 vaccine may have further exacerbated these suspicions.