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A growing proportion of SA adults say they are willing to get a coronavirus vaccine if one is offered to them, reflecting increasing confidence in the shots as the country’s inoculation drive gets under way, according to the latest round of a large national study that has been running since shortly after the pandemic began.

It found vaccine acceptance had increased to 76% in April-May, up from 71% in February-March, the highest level yet reported in SA...

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