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Challenging Assumptions on Vaccine Acceptance

The traditional view is that sub-optimal vaccination rates in high-income countries are due to a lack of vaccine acceptance, while low-income countries are primarily affected by access issues. Dr Samantha Vanderslott, University of Oxford, says this is not the whole picture. People in high-income countries can face access issues, while people in low-income countries can also have low levels of vaccine confidence... Want to hear more? Click the link here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEjlCHfrWtw&feature=youtu.be


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Anthropological Exploration of Facilitators and Barriers to Vaccine Deployment and Administration During Disease Outbreaks.

 

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