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Impact of Lockdown, Attitude Towards Covid 19 Vaccination and Treatment Modalities Among Rural People. | Abstract

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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Impact of Lockdown, Attitude Towards Covid 19 Vaccination and Treatment Modalities Among Rural People.

Author(s): Sagnik Mukherjee*, Sonali Chaudhary

Abstract

Although there were various vaccines available for COVID-19, there is also hesitancy in health care workers, especially students, to get vaccinated. Various surveys have been conducted to assess the hesitancy toward vaccination against COVID-19. In India, more than 10% were hesitant to get vaccinated among the participants. Lack of information concern regarding safety and ef?????? are the main reasons for hesitancy. In developing countries like India and others, political manipulation and lack of trust in government bodies are prominent factors of hesitation to get vaccinated. One of the factors for hesitancy towards vaccination is false information regarding the side effects. It is found that most of the information that the students now-a-days get from social media and news rather than from their senior medical faculty. And also due to development of vaccines in such a short time adds to the doubts about the ef????e??? of the vaccines. The ??rst persons to get vaccinated or trailed at where the medical students are concerned about the ef????e??? and side effects and Donges. Most medical students are willing to wait and see the results of the vaccines on the ??rst group of people who got vaccinated. Most medical students are hesitant to get vaccinated ??rst before others within 2-3 months of approval. Most medical students appear to think of themselves as test subjects. Hesitancy to get vaccinated as they were the ??rst ones to get vaccinated just after the approval

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