COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: the five Cs to tackle behavioural and sociodemographic factors

One of the biggest hurdles to COVID-19 vaccinations is hesitancy: a delay in acceptance, or refusal despite availability. We propose five Cs to tackle vaccine hesitancy: Confidence (importance, safety and efficacy of vaccines); Complacency (perception of low risk and low disease severity); Convenience (access issues dependent on the context, time and specific vaccine being offered); Communications (sources of information); and Context (sociodemographic characteristics).

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