As polling suggests that only half of America’s population would be willing to get the Covid-19 vaccine if it were available, a panel of scientific and academic experts on Thursdays released a set of recommendations for how to boost confidence in vaccines, including appointing community spokespeople and making the vaccine free to all and available at familiar places like centers for worship.
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The panel, comprising 23 experts in health, science, communications, bioethics, anthropology and more, organized by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and Texas State Anthropology, made the recommendations in order to achieve the goal of universal vaccination against coronavirus, a public health objective threatened by Americans’ growing skepticism of vaccines.
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Presented by: Jenish Sudhakaran, MPH – New Jersey Department of Health: Vaccine Preventable Disease Program Sarah