People are more likely to get vaccinated against diseases such as COVID-19 in countries where societal trust in science is high.
This is the key finding from a new report, published today in Nature Human Behaviour, from the University of Sydney, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and Surrey University.
In the study, the researchersused the biggest data survey on vaccine confidence (the 2018 Wellcome Global Monitor), covering over 120,000 respondents across 126 countries,…
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