Medical and public health experts are keen for people to overcome vaccination hesitancy for communities to reopen. Photo: Xinhua Medical and public health experts are keen for people to overcome vaccination hesitancy for communities to reopen. Photo: Xinhua
Medical and public health experts are keen for people to overcome vaccination hesitancy for communities to reopen. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: developing a vaccine is one problem to solve, getting people to use it is another

  • Vaccination hesitancy may harm the chances of reopening communities
  • Medical experts say rapid vaccine development is causing public anxiety but wide-scale immunisation may be the only route back to a safe society

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Medical and public health experts are keen for people to overcome vaccination hesitancy for communities to reopen. Photo: Xinhua Medical and public health experts are keen for people to overcome vaccination hesitancy for communities to reopen. Photo: Xinhua
Medical and public health experts are keen for people to overcome vaccination hesitancy for communities to reopen. Photo: Xinhua
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