“On the Last Day of the Last Month, I Will Go”: A Qualitative Exploration of COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence among Ivoirian Adults

We conducted in-depth interviews with individuals who had recovered from COVID-19, people who had lost a family member to COVID-19, and health providers. We also conducted focus group discussions with members of the general population to explore social norms and community perceptions related to COVID-19, including prevention behaviors, stigma, and vaccines.

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    Persuasive messaging to increase COVID-19 vaccine uptake intentions

    Widespread vaccination remains the best option for controlling the spread of COVID-19 and ending the pandemic. Despite the considerable disruption the virus has caused to people’s lives, many people are still hesitant to receive a vaccine. Without high rates of uptake, however, the pandemic is likely to be prolonged. ScienceDirect used two survey experiments to study how persuasive messaging affects COVID-19 vaccine uptake intentions.

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      A self-administered virtual reality intervention increases COVID-19 vaccination intention

      Effective interventions for increasing people’s intention to get vaccinated are crucial for global health, especially considering COVID-19. ScienceDirect devised a novel intervention using virtual reality (VR) consisting of a consultation with a general practitioner for communicating the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination and, in turn, increasing the intention to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

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        Young adults’ preferences for influenza vaccination campaign messages: Implications for COVID-19 vaccine intervention design and development

        This study aims to investigate young adults’ preferences for seasonal influenza vaccination campaigns to inform effective intervention design and development (e.g., COVID-19 vaccination).

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