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Trust in the COVID-19 Vaccine is Fluid: KFF Vaccine Monitor Project Explains


A new Kaiser Family Foundation survey project found 85% of respondents trust their regular healthcare provider for information COVID-19 vaccination. PCPs, read more.

The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) on December 15 launched the KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor, an ongoing research project that will track the public's attitudes and experiences with COVID-19 vaccinations as distribution begins.

Results of many public opinion surveys show that the most trusted source of information about the COVID-19 vaccine and vaccination is an individual's regular healthcare provider, eg, a primary care physician. The data from surveys like this one can be extremely helpful to your efforts to encourage your own patient population to get vaccinated when the time comes.

Summarized in the slides below are results of the December survey--watch this space for regular updates.

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