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Researchers Find Doubts About COVID-19 Vaccine Among People Of Color

At a series of listening sessions, participants voiced worries that the development of a COVID-19 vaccine is being politicized and rushed. Public health experts are taking vaccine hesitancy seriously.
A health worker injects a woman during clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine last month in Hollywood, Fla. Source: Eva Marie Uzcategui

The Food and Drug Administration is preparing for the eventual rollout of one or more COVID-19 vaccines — by identifying the concerns that some people have about taking such a vaccine.

At a meeting Thursday of experts advising the FDA on COVID-19 vaccines, the concerns of front-line workers and people of color were read aloud

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