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55. Texans For Vaccine Choice

"A report released Thursday by the University of California at Los Angeles researchers said that 66 percent of Los Angeles health-care workers who responded to an online questionnaire (not a randomized sample) said they would delay taking a vaccine.


The American Nurses Association, a national professional organization, said one-third of its members do not intend to take the vaccine, and an additional third are undecided."

The article goes on to clarify, "The hesitancy among doctors and nurses is not the same as the anti-vaccine movement, which medical experts consider a fringe trend fueled by misinformation and conspiracy theories on social media."


https://www.texansforvaccinechoice.com/online/


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