ABC News reports:
Gay and lesbian adults are more likely to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 than heterosexual adults, federal officials said Thursday. A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found 85.4% of gay and lesbian Americans above age 18 had received at least one vaccine dose as of October 2021.
By comparison, 76.3% of heterosexuals reported receiving at least an initial dose by the same date. Additionally, gay and lesbian adults were more likely to be concerned about COVID-19 and to believe in the safety and efficacy of vaccines.
Additionally, 90.8% of gay and lesbian adults and 86.8% of bisexual adults said COVID vaccines are “very” or “somewhat” important to protect themselves compared to 80.4% of heterosexual adults.
Read the full article. At the link you’ll see that the stats for bisexual, trans, and non-white LGBTs aren’t as good, which the researcher found “alarming.”
Gay and lesbian adults are more likely to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 than heterosexual adults, federal officials said. https://t.co/EEdp021GX8
— ABC News (@ABC) February 3, 2022