COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: what to say to allay patients’ concerns
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COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: what to say to allay patients’ concerns

Erin Dean Health journalist

Not everyone trusts the coronavirus vaccine – but advice from nurses can change minds

For many, the regulatory approval and the implementation of the first COVID-19 vaccine in the UK brings hope of controlling the pandemic. But there are signs that uncertainty about the vaccine persists for some people.

Nursing Standard. 36, 1, 22-24. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.1.22.s12

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