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Fewer than 25% of black Americans say they WILL get the COVID vaccine if approved today


Americans’ confidence in soon-to-come coronavirus vaccines is back down with less than half of people in the US saying they will get the shot and less than a quarter of black American saying they plan to get vaccinated, a new poll reveals.

According to the latest AP and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey, levels of trust in a vaccine are about the same on the potential eve of one’s approval as they were in May.

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