COVID-19 state of vaccine confidence insights report ; report 11, July 7, 2021
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COVID-19 state of vaccine confidence insights report ; report 11, July 7, 2021

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    Date Range: June 8 – 21, 2021


    Findings. Consumers expressed concern about the Delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 potentially causing more severe illness. While this was a motivating factor for some consumers to get vaccinated, others felt the variants were a sign of the virus becoming endemic, decreasing the perceived importance of vaccination. As the United States continues to return to prepandemic-style life, some consumers expressed concern that employer- or education-based vaccination requirements and proof-of-vaccination systems to attend large events or travel infringed on their individual liberties. Consumers were divided, with some claiming that that those who are vaccinated do not need to worry about the vaccination status of others. Finally, concerns about myocarditis and pericarditis following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination were widespread. More information about consumers’ perceptions and opinions regarding myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccination can be reviewed in the Rapid COVID-19 State of Vaccine Confidence Insights Report, released on June 29, 2021.

    Ways to take action. Federal, state, and local partners should continue to work together to increase transparency around rationale for updated guidance, respond to gaps in information, and confront misinformation with evidence- based messaging. The goal of these efforts is to increase confidence in COVID-19 vaccines and expand vaccine uptake more broadly. Messages should be developed and disseminated to provide known information about the effectiveness of available COVID-19 vaccines against emerging variants, as well as the role vaccination plays in reducing the spread and emergence of new variant viruses. Policies regarding travel and large gatherings should be evaluated to identify opportunities to reduce requirements for fully vaccinated people that could motivate consumers within the moveable middle to get vaccinated.CS000000-A | 07/07/21


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