NCCU survey finds almost half of adults are hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine

By Daniel Myrick

Vivian Johnson, 94, of Littleton, NC receives the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine at UNC’s Friday Center in January. (Travis Long / News & Observer)

Just because more people are eligible to get the vaccine, it doesn’t mean that all of them want it. Surveys conducted by North Carolina Central University show that roughly 45% of adults are hesitant about getting a vaccine. For some, that hesitation stems from what they see as a rushed process, while for others, it’s a product of decades of mistrust in the healthcare system.

Daniel Myrick reports.

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