A quarter of unvaccinated employed people said in a new poll that they are more likely to get a COVID shot if they are given paid vacation.
Ann Axios / Ipsos Survey Adults with a sample size of 1,048, conducted July 16-19, said that less than a quarter of the unvaccinated individuals surveyed would take COVID shots under certain conditions, but the majority still He said he would not be vaccinated.
The margin of error for the survey is plus or minus 3.3 percentage points.
Twenty-six percent of unvaccinated respondents said they were more likely to get an injection if they could be vaccinated at a primary care provider or clinic, and 25% could be vaccinated if their boss gave them paid leave. Said it was expensive. 21% said they were more likely to get them if they could do so in the office or at work.
Meanwhile, 14% said they were more likely to be fired if they were convinced by a public figure or celebrity, and 15% were more likely to be convinced by “community volunteers coming to their doors.” Said. Twenty-three percent said they were more likely to get it if they convinced their family and friends to get it.
Of those already vaccinated, 88% said they were more likely to get booster shots when new variants spread throughout the United States, and 85% said they were more likely to have COVID cases in the country. Said to do so.
Rochelle WalenskyThe CDC director said at a briefing on July 16 that more than 97% of people hospitalized with COVID were not vaccinated, CNN reported.
“This is becoming an unvaccinated pandemic,” Warensky said.
The recent surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide has led to vaccine hesitation. Delta variant, Spreads across multiple countries.
Over 186 million people in the United States Received at least one dose According to the CDC, the COVID vaccine as of July 20 includes more than 161 million fully vaccinated people.