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Poll finds many Americans wary of taking coronavirus vaccine: report

Less than two-thirds of Americans are “very” or “somewhat” interested in getting a COVID-19 vaccine if one becomes available, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Thursday. About a quarter of those surveyed had little or no interest in taking a vaccine, Reuters reported, and more than 40% said the vaccine could be riskier than the disease. That’s a disturbing number, as medical experts say about 70% of the population would need to be be immune, either through vaccine or by fending off a previous infection, for herd immunity to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. The poll also found a troubling gap in credibility. While 29% of those “not very” interested in a vaccine said they would be more interested if it had FDA approval, 36% of overall respondents said they would be less inclined to take a vaccine if President Donald Trump said it’s safe to do so, according to Reuters.

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