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Vaccines were effective, important - PCP survey of May 2021

Imperfect messengers? An analysis of vaccine confidence among primary care physicians

Vaccine https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2022.03.025 - April 2022

Highlights of May 2021 survey

  • 10.1% of primary care physicians (PCPs) do not agree vaccines are safe.
  • 9.3% of PCPs do not agree that vaccines are effective.
  • 8.3% of PCPs do not agree that vaccines are important.
  • Physician confidence in COVID-19 vaccines varies across vaccines.
  • A troubling proportion of PCPs lack high levels of vaccine confidence.

Suspect <50% strong support a year after survey due to:
  waning efficacy,
  need for boosters,
  VAERS reports,
  Virus mutated to avoid vaccine
  trial data disclosures

See: Vaccination publications in VitaminDWiki 155 as of April 2022

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