By Monica E. Oss The good news is that nearly 42% of the adult population in the United States has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, and 24% have been fully vaccinated (see COVID-19 Vaccinations In The United States). Vaccine hesitancy among all Americans is shrinking—as of March 2021, 37% are in “wait and see” mode or don’t want to get the vaccine, compared to 63% who were hesitant or disinclined as of December (see Covid Vaccine Hesitancy Drops Among All Americans, New Survey Shows). And the Biden Administration announced yesterday that all American adults will be able to sign up for a COVID…
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