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Black Americans Cite Low Vaccine Confidence, Mistrust, and Limited Access as Barriers to COVID-19 Vaccination   [open html - 0B]

From Webpage: "To identify approaches to increase vaccine confidence and uptake among Black Americans, RAND Corporation researchers conducted a national survey of 207 Black participants in November 2020. The team also conducted in-depth interviews with 28 Black participants from December 2020 to March 2021. The in-depth interviewees comprised 23 participants who responded on the survey that they would not get the vaccine when it became available and five community stakeholders who represent different Black organizations and subcommunities, including people living with HIV, sexual and gender groups, and immigrants. In the interviews, participants gave their perspectives about how to encourage vaccine confidence and increase vaccination among people in Black communities. The study was conducted in partnership with a national advisory board of eight community stakeholders."

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