From the Smithsonian Natural History Museum: Vaccines and Society
A broadly disseminated COVID-19 vaccine could help world populations reach a level of community immunity that would end the pandemic, but concerns over safety will undoubtedly contribute to some hesitancy to be vaccinated. Part 4 of Vaccines in the Time of COVID-19 will discuss the policy and societal conditions driving vaccine hesitancy.
Featured Speaker: Dr. Sharon Kaufman, Anthropologist
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