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Physicians worldwide concerned about vaccine hesitancy

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If a COVID vaccine is developed, will patients get it?

While a potential COVID vaccine is being worked on by pharmaceutical companies, questions remain about patients’ willingness to get inoculated. If enough people refuse the vaccine, its effect on public health with be minimal.

SurveyHealthcareGlobus surveyed primary care physicians from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Canada to gauge their comfort level with an FDA/EMA-approved vaccine and whether they thought their patients would get it.

The results are concerning.

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