Key and scientific arguments to convince people to be skeptical about COVID-19 vaccination
I have never been vaccinated. He was just scared. The avalanche of misinformation about the vaccine and the uncontrolled thrombosis alert related to the AstraZeneca vaccine make the fear of the vaccine stronger than the fear of COVID-19. Is there any argument to convince her?
The survey shows how citizens gain confidence as the Spanish vaccination process progresses. CIS data shows that those willing to get vaccinated as soon as possible rose from 40% in December to 82% in February.
There is no reliable survey of how all the noise generated by AstraZeneca is affected.One from YouGov [compañía internacional de investigación de mercados y análisis de datos con sede en el Reino Unido] Among 1,050 people, 52% think AstraZeneca’s vaccine is unsafe, twice as much as a month ago (25%).
According to him The latest CIS barometer, about 6.5% of Spanish society is unwilling to be vaccinated When it’s their turn to come, 5% of people still have questions about these therapies or have not yet decided whether to accept them. Due to recent news, these proportions have been increasing.
Taking the Autonomous Region of Madrid as an example, this data details EDue to the latest information and decisions about the age group in mid-April, the rejection rate of the vaccine rose from 3% at the end of March to more than 60%.
To lend a helping hand from Open University of Catalonia (UOC) has formulated the Ten Commandments of the ten most important points for those who do not want to be vaccinated.
- All drugs have side effects, but their benefits far outweigh the risks.
- Since the start of vaccination, the number of deaths in nursing homes has been greatly reduced.
- Vaccines are the safest treatment, and the potential risks of vaccines are very small.
- RNA-based vaccines have been studied for two decades.
- Compared with the rare thrombosis caused by the vaccine, the risk of death from COVID-19 is much higher.
- The absence of mass vaccination will extend the duration of the pandemic. There is no certainty, but doing nothing will not improve the situation.
- Mass vaccination can return to normal and gradually return to normal.
- If there is no response to the first dose, the second dose has the least risk of suffering some type of side effects.
- Health professionals and nursing home staff have become the first people to receive vaccination, with almost no serious side effects.
- Vaccination is an unselfish act: you not only protect yourself, but also contribute to the protection of society as a whole, especially those with weakened immunity who cannot choose this therapy.
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