Vaccine hesitancy has fallen overall with record uptake fuelled by Delta outbreaks in NSW, Victoria and the ACT
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Australian parents are concerned about vaccinating their children against Covid with one in five “definitely” or “probably” not taking their kids to get the jab, according to new research.
The Australian National University survey, released on Friday, found that overall Covid vaccine hesitancy had fallen from 17.1% who said they definitely would not or were unlikely to get vaccinated in April to 14.6% in August.
Read the original article at The Guardian