Vaccine hesitancy in the U.S. is showing signs of crumbling, according to the latest installment of the Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index. Fewer adults than ever now say they won’t take the shot, and in the past two weeks there has been a sharp increase in the share of parents who plan to get their younger kids vaccinated as soon as it’s allowed.
The big picture: Many factors are playing a role — including the Delta variant’s strength, kids’ return to school and FDA approval of the first COVID-19 vaccine — but the biggest drivers appear to be the rise of mandates.
One in three unvaccinated Americans in the survey said FDA approval would make them likely to take the vaccine. But 43% said their boss requiring vaccinations would make them likely to do so, up from 33% a month ago.
Read the full article.
Vaccine hesitancy in the U.S. is showing signs of crumbling.
Fewer adults than ever now say they won’t take the shot, according to the latest Axios-Ipsos Coronavirus Index. https://t.co/adF8jKdXXm
— Axios (@axios) August 31, 2021