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What coronavirus survey told us about getting people to take a vaccine

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The search goes on. Shutterstock/Orpheus FX Lynn Williams, University of Strathclyde Vaccination will be hugely important in controlling future waves of COVID-19. But for it to work, we will need high levels of public acceptance of a vaccine, if and when it eventually becomes available. In recent years, vaccination rates have fallen across the world, and public confidence in vaccines …

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The Oxford deal is welcome, but remember the vaccine hasn’t been proven to work yet

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Shutterstock Katie Louise Flanagan, University of Tasmania and Magdalena Plebanski, RMIT University Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Wednesday the Australian government has signed a letter of intent to procure the University of Oxford’s vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) and to provide it free to all Australians. All the signs are promising so far, as the vaccine …

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