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Seventy-one percent of SA adults say they would be willing to get a Covid-19 vaccine if one was offered to them, according to a major new study that not only reveals a more positive outlook than previously reported in SA, but also offers important insights into who does not want a jab and why.
The study has been released less than a week before the government plans to launch the biggest vaccination drive in SA’s history. The national rollout of Covid-19 shots is due to begin on May 17, and aims to vaccinate 46-million adults by March 2022. ..
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