Hesitancy [noun]

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Another issue that can’t be solved with an app is overcoming vaccine hesitancy.

Other data, like the ongoing pandemic behavior survey conducted by Carnegie Mellon University’s Delphi Group, shows that vaccine hesitancy is high in states with low social capital, particularly in the South.

So I’m wondering if you’ve experienced any of the same hesitancy to read that relationship as romantic in the reception to the book, and whether it surprised you.

Covid-19 has had a disproportionate effect on the city’s most historically underserved communities, bringing to the forefront issues such as vaccine hesitancy, learning loss, unemployment and housing instability.

Another issue that could undermine plans to achieve herd immunity is vaccine hesitancy.

The delays in ordering and distribution have many causes, including uncertainty about vaccine supply and the status of second doses as well as the hesitancy of some people to get the shots.

As a scholar who studies vaccine hesitancy, I ask how Americans’ vaccine-related expectations might influence their willingness to vaccinate.

In Prince George’s, vaccine hesitancy remains a challenge, officials said.

Vaccine hesitancy based on misinformation and conspiracy theories was also an issue in Israel.

“When we talk about vaccine hesitancy, it’s more of a spectrum,” says Kolina Koltai, a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for an Informed Public at the University of Washington.