Recent polls among Americans indicate an increased willingness to receive the coronavirus vaccine amid growing confidence in the commission-approved third-party vaccination and distribution. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
This week, President Biden Open cooperation Between Merck and Johnson & Johnson to produce a single COVID-19 vaccine, adding that the United States will have enough vaccines for it and two vaccinations from Pfizer and Moderna. To vaccinate all American adults by the end of May
In studies conducted in recent weeks, Americans showed an increased willingness to receive the vaccine, despite the initial reluctance at the start of the vaccine̵7;s launch.
in Pew Research Center poll Published Friday, 69 percent of U.S. adults surveyed between Feb. 16 and Feb. 21 said they had received or intend to receive the vaccine, up from 60 percent who said they planned to get vaccinated in the month. November
Pew reports that about 19 percent of survey respondents are vaccinated, while another 50 percent say they “absolutely or may” plan to get the vaccine.
in Kaiser Family Foundation survey Published late last month, 55 percent of US adults said they had received at least one vaccine (18 percent) or needed a vaccination as soon as possible (37 percent).
latest Axios / Ipsos Survey It also showed similar results, with 57 percent saying they would have been vaccinated or have been vaccinated, up from just 13 percent of adults who in September said they would be happy to receive the vaccine as soon as it was available.
There is even a greater willingness to be vaccinated among Americans as a whole. But minorities and lower incomes say they are reluctant to get an FDA-approved vaccine.
Blacks and Hispanic adults were still more likely than white adults to say they would “wait and see” before deciding whether to get the coronavirus vaccine, Kaiser found, though Pew found Friday. That most black Americans – 61 percent – now say they plan to get vaccinated or have done so, up from 42 percent who said the same thing in November.
Pew found that 14 percent of low-income adults said they had received at least one vaccine, compared with 20 percent of middle-income adults and 27 percent of those in the high-income group.
The findings come as public health experts say somewhere between 70 percent and 90 percent of the American population must be vaccinated to have herd immunity, where enough people are resistant to the virus. Causing COVID-19 has been completely eliminated
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)About 57.4 million Americans received at least one coronavirus vaccine as of Saturday, with 29.8 million receiving 2 doses.