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Majority of Australians have concerns about vaccine rollout, new study says – ABC News

A new study reveals vaccine hesitancy remaining stable after the change in advice regarding the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine but suggests some groups remain more…

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Sharon Neville is one of many Australians in two minds about getting vaccinated.
Key points:

  • Of people surveyed, 54.7 per cent said they would definitely take a safe and effective vaccine
  • Eight in 10 people said they had concerns over possible side effects
  • Almost two-thirds of people said the vaccine rollout was not being handled well

“I’ve got other medical issues so I’m very suspicious about going to get it done,” she said.
Ms Neville is over 50, so is likely to be offered the Oxford-AstraZeneca shot,…

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