About 74% of Americans say they’re willing to get the coronavirus vaccine or tha…

About 74% of Americans say they’re willing to get the coronavirus vaccine or that they’ve already received one, according to a Gallup poll on March 30. But some 26% of Americans say they would not get a vaccine right now. Getting the country over the threshold of herd immunity means finding ways to persuade at least a portion of the people still hesitant to get their shot.

Swipe through to see how to talk to someone hesitant to get the vaccine.

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  1. Theres a difference between regular vaccines and vaccines which have been rushed to completion within a 9 months of the original virus. My family is vaccinated against COVID but theres a difference here between “anti-vaxxers” and “anti-Covid vax” just sayin

  2. Is this a post seriously teaching us how to convince people to get vaccinated. If people are not comfortable with it then that’s their decision. The last thing they want to hear is someone trying to persuade them to do something they feel strongly against. This post sounds like it should be on fox.

  3. How about some ppl just don’t want it because they just don’t want it. Same way ppl don’t get the flu shot. No need to talk them into gettin it. 🤷🏻‍♂️

  4. TF is this?? This headline assumes that someone who is reasonably skeptical of the vaccine needs help, needs coaching, needs to be shown the way… this is not journalism this is activism.

  5. That wasn’t reasonable at all, act like you care, force them to listen to your reasoning then force them to schedule an appointment? Y’all are really trying to force hands out here 😂😂😂

  6. “ do whatever the fuck you want to at this point…. I don’t care if you want to lick shopping cart handles… do what the fuck ever u want” – every American at this point


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