Some recent surveys suggest Americans, especially young ones, are wary of a coronavirus vaccine.
The anti-vaccine movement is capitalizing on this skepticism, including at a recent in-person conference held in North Carolina.
Top scientific experts have said an effective, widely-used vaccine is the “only hope” at eliminating the coronavirus and achieving herd immunity quickly.
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As scientists around the world race to develop a vaccine to fight the novel coronavirus, some Americans are still skeptical.
A poll published May 27 found that only about half of Americans would get a coronavirus vaccine, should one become available, while 31% were unsure. One in five said they’d flat-out refuse, according the poll of 1,056 adults from