Patient Engagement September 29, 2023
Sara Heath

Still, vaccine hesitancy is uncommon among adults who are most at risk for serious illness from COVID, flu, or RSV this season, KFF data showed.

– The new COVID-19 booster has decent traction among adults, but many still harbor more vaccine hesitancy and safety concerns for the shot than they do for other vaccinations like the flu and RSV shots, according to KFF data.

In the latest COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor, KFF found that 46 percent of adults over age 18 would definitely or probably get the latest COVID-19 booster. Intentions to get vaccinated were more common among adults over age 65, Hispanic adults, Democrats, and individuals who have already received COVID-19 vaccination.

These figures come as the US public health...

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