Vaccination Rates Among Frontline Health Care Workers: A Snapshot

March 25, 2021
Jeff Bendix, Senior Editor

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Logan Lutton

This survey of 1,327 health care employees reveals differences in attitudes towards COVID vaccines.

Just over half of frontline health care workers had gotten at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine by early March, according to a joint survey by the Kaiser Family foundation and The Washington Post. But the survey of 1,327 health care employees also reveals differences in attitudes towards COVID vaccinations that mirror those of Americans generally. Read on for more findings from the survey.