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How to talk to COVID-19 vaccine holdouts: Calm fears, correct myths
So, is there anything you can say to a reluctant friend or family member to persuade them that vaccination is the right choice for them?
The short answer is: Yes. A poll released recently by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that about one-fifth of Americans who said in January they were hesitant about or dead-set against getting a COVID-19 vaccine have since gotten their shots. Many said family, friends, and doctors helped change their minds. The poll also identified some primary reasons people are still avoiding vaccinations.
Let’s examine those and provide science-backed explanations that might potentially sway their thinking – and help put an end to the pandemic once and for all.
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Vaccination is a critical step in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic. With COVID-19 vaccines becoming available in North Texas, it is understandable that you may have questions.
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions and misperceptions about vaccines, including questions related to pregnant women and those planning to get pregnant.