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COVID-19 Vaccine Intentions and Mistrust in a National Sample of Black Americans

Description
Describes the factors associated with intentions to be vaccinated for COVID-19, based on self-reported data from an internet survey of 207 black Americans, conducted in November-December 2020. Examines issues including socio-demographic and health-related background characteristics, medical mistrust, perceived need for vaccination, confidence in vaccine efficacy and safety, social norms for vaccination, and neighborhood-level social vulnerability. Features statistics including breakdowns by cities with populations above and below 50,000.
Author(s)
Laura M. Bogart, Lu Dong, Priya Gandhi, et al.
Citation
Journal of the National Medical Association
Date
06/2021
Type
Document
Tagged as
Black or African American · Infectious diseases · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Vaccination