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8 More Ways to Talk to the Vaccine-hesitant


Talking to the COVID-19 vaccine-hesitant folks in your circle can be difficult. These 8 slides offer some new and some tried and true tips on how to approach the topic

COVID-19 vaccination could potentially gain momentum again with FDA's Monday approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA shot. The undecided in the so-called "moveable middle" may now have the reassurance they need to make an appointment.

But it won't be the whole population of those who are either hesitant or resistant to or outright refusing the vaccine. Vaccinated physicians, nurses, pharmacists, friends, family and other--we all have more work to do.

MIT Technology Review recently published a look at the tactics that tend to work when talking to someone not yet vaccinated. We summarize 8 in our slide show. You've probably heard many but the reminder is worthwhile.

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